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13 Things Mentally Strong Writers Don't Do

As y’all know I do a ton of reading and this includes lots and lots of blogs and articles. Over the holiday I ran across one article that just had me jumping up and down and yelling, “YES! 2,665 more words

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aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

Kristen Lamb posted about 13 things mentally strong writers don't do. I find this article very interesting, helpful, strong and impressive. I'm still working on the last 10 points. HAHA I'm probably not mentally strong... more... a tiny bit unbalanced. LOL

13 Things Mentally Strong Writers Don't Do

As y’all know I do a ton of reading and this includes lots and lots of blogs and articles. Over the holiday I ran across one article that just had me jumping up and down and yelling, “YES! 2,665 more words

Kristen Lamb

The Single Largest Secret to Success

All of us start out writing for different reasons. Perhaps we have dreams of seeing New York Times Best Seller or USA Today Best Seller  2,585 more words

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Your Novel as a Movie Part 2---Writing Novels that Translate Well Into Film

Last Friday I introduced my movie producer friend Joel Eisenberg who has been generous enough to teach a class for me over at WANA International (and yes the recording comes with it for free if you cannot make the class). 2,691 more words

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Blog Roll (#2)

Another writing blog I enjoy is Kristen Lamb’s Blog.

Kristen is a writer, blogger, social media guru, and all-around funny gal. She gives spot-on writing tips and helps writers navigate the nebulous world of “brand” and “platform”. 113 more words

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Your Novel as a MOVIE? Not as Far-Fetched as One Might Imagine

Last week when I was in Los Angeles I had the great pleasure of meeting with a long-time friend and supporter of mine, Hollywood producer… 2,635 more words

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How to Write Endings that "Wow!"

Once again, I invited blogger and copywriter Alex Limberg to spread his nuggets of wisdom amongst us. Today, he is closing in on closings. He is showing us several “typical closing styles” you can use as templates for your own stories. 1,738 more words

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aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

Kristen Lamb provides us with excellent guidance concerning the endings of our books. I find this article extremely useful. After all I'd love to sweep my readers off their feet and would like them to come back to my next book, right?