prompts-and-pointers:

Sometimes breaks are sorely needed, but so often we, as writers, shell out excuse after excuse. You need to learn to slog through and do your job, sometimes. If we waited for inspiration to write, we’d be like to never finish even a short story in a decade. 

prompts-and-pointers:

Sometimes breaks are sorely needed, but so often we, as writers, shell out excuse after excuse. You need to learn to slog through and do your job, sometimes. If we waited for inspiration to write, we’d be like to never finish even a short story in a decade. 



m-ty:

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m-ty:

(Smith-Corona) Clipper Seventy Deluxe (by ▲ndrew Reeves)





The Mad Magpie: Writerly: Time & Patience

themadmagpie:

1. Don’t rush to finish writing/editing. Sure, maybe churn out first drafts really fast (à la NaNoWriMo), but taking your time during the revision process will allow you to produce stronger work. It’s not a race. (That isn’t to say you should take extended breaks and dwell on the same paragraph…



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The deadline to submit is April 30th!

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