by David Rawlings,
Everyone seems to be doing a “word for the year.”
Last year I decided to do it too. Being the thinking overachiever that I am, I decided that my word for 2017 would be Published.
It felt right. This was my goal, and it made sense that I would have a word that would lead me there.
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by Edie Melson, @EdieMelson
Things to Remember When Publishing Doesn’t Go Your Way
It’s easy to get discouraged in the writing industry. It’s a tough business, and as they say on Project runway, “One day you’re in, and one day you’re out.”
So what’s a writer to do?
Here’s my list of things to remember when publishing doesn’t go your way:
- We always have a choice,
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by Melissa Tagg, @Melissa_Tagg
Let’s just get this out of the way: this is a blog post about creating fun, unconventional and [insert any word that’s the opposite of “normal” or “boring”] social media posts. However, it’s coming to you from a girl who gets super twitchy any time someone tries to give me “rules” for my online presence. I just feel like you deserve to hear that caveat first.
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by Gillian Bronte Adams,
The cursor blinked incessantly, gluing my gaze to the large patch of blank space on the page where my current sentence trailed off into nothingness. I had been staring at the same empty spot on the screen for nearly an hour and had come no closer to being able to finish the paragraph. Everything I tried felt forced or stilted.
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