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3 ways your readers can give feedback on your writing (and 3 ways you can receive it!)

As we prepare for the “10,000 & 10” Novel Writing Challenge, which involves writing 10,000 words and asking 10 people to read your work, some are wondering what, exactly, their readers will be required to do. 396 more words

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I'm so delighted to be featured as a guest writer, who'd a thunk it!! So take a peek at this post on 'What Inspires your Writing?' and if you'd like to give yourself a kick up the rear-end and take up a whopper of a writing challenge, then you could start by making yourself accountable to readers. You'll feel more guilty about giving up then! And you might even be surprised by achieving something you never, ever thought possible in the space of one month.

To DO, is DOUBT minus the mixed-up BUT!

Yes, we all struggle with mixed-up buts. Apparently it was Mother Theresa who said: “We are not called to be successful, just faithful“, … 118 more words

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Could you say "I Do" in March?

Do you want to take the leap?

Do you want to commit to a challenge to write 10,000 words in a month?

It’s a big commitment, but don’t the biggest commitments reap the best rewards?

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Milestones = Happiness = a huge THANK YOU!

Wow, within a couple of days of each other I’ve received these two little badges, what a great motivator! I’m not yet where I’d like to be but I’m also not where I was. 72 more words
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Pull yourself together, silly house!

There is so much in the physical world around us that illustrates spiritual truth, it’s a wonder to me that it takes so long for us (me) to grasp it. 260 more words

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Drinking it all in

The tree tops around our home are roaring and swaying

a group of stumbling home drunkards

through the pouring rain.

I crave the the greater bellow and crash… 67 more words

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Day Twenty: Wrap It Up

Ah no, this is the final day.

How do I go about expressing how this experience has impacted me? So much to say.

The Day One challenge was a revelation. 487 more words

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