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Archive for March, 2013

Why Writers Should Educate Themselves

When I started this blog almost three years ago, I had turned over a new leaf. I had gone from being an egomaniac to realising I knew nothing. Zip. Zilch. Don’t pretend you haven’t been there, that because you can read, because you’ve been writing since you were six, because you can text your mate, or got a great response to that post on Facebook, you believed that writing a fantastic story would be easy. It was all about talent, […]

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It’s Time To Live Life! How To Increase Your Productivity & Keep your Writing, Marketing & Life On Track.

Typically, my memory is atrocious. No really. A family member will ask me to help with some exceptionally mundane task and my memory seems to hit the snooze alarm, like I have a black hole in my head that stops me from linking into the real world. This quirk turned into a bit of a self-hate/productivity nightmare during my first two months of this year as a ‘full-time writer’. Well, I was going to be a full time writer for […]

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Ten Shades of Author Collaboration – Why Writers Shouldn’t Compete

Why is it that every time I talk to writers ‘new’ to the digital world I end up feeling like I’ve volunteered to be a crash-test dummy for a dozen cars? I’ve just come back from the Adelaide Writers’ Festival with a bit of a bee in my bonnet. Even after all the studies, the blog posts, the infographs and pie graphs, authors and publishers are still under the impression that only the few elite will ever be writers and […]

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