Category: Tips and Tricks

Brainstorming before you begin writing

Brainstorming before you begin writing If you are sitting at your computer staring at a blank page, it can feel tempting to think about your topic some more and return later.  Many of us who write have done just that, and for many of us it simply means that we never really get started.  The […]

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Autobiographers FAQ

“Would people like to hear my story?” and other Autobiographer questions Writing about your whole life story may seem like the most boring thing in the world to you. However, that does not have to be the case. There are many interesting enough things that happen in everyone’s life that would make for a good […]

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Pulling it all together

Having trouble pulling it all together? Whether you have dozens of notes scattered around your desk, hundreds of files hidden away on your computer, or thousands of ideas bouncing around in your head, Writer’s Blocks can help you pull it all together into a completed book, novel, academic paper, or other complex document. Logic not […]

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Is Your Creative “Dam” Backed Up?

Is Your Creative “Dam” Backed Up? Word processing programs are great tools — even indispensable to most writers.  But the problem is, they force you to look at your writing (and your creative ideas) in a linear fashion. While trying to brainstorm and organize concepts, scenes, and other elements into a logical order, a word […]

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