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Preparation Prevents Paralysis

Nip writer’s block in the bud by tracking your story

Photo by Gabriela Radu on Unsplash

The title of this post came out of a writer’s retreat/workshop I co-hosted yesterday. Seven writers and two instructors came together for a day of writing interspersed with blasts of instruction and discussion about the work. We do this once a month and it’s a great way to get a chunk of writing done, especially for people…

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Down-and-dirty growth strategies for commercial writers and creators, with a blue collar work ethic, and a no-nonsense voice.

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Charlotte R Dixon

Charlotte R Dixon

Novelist, writing teacher, coach. Workshops in France, Portland, and virtually. Sign up for weekly love letters and get a free Ebook: https://tinyurl.com/y9rfp3

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