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Publisher's Tip of the Day

Reconsiderations. Worth the time.

Don't put the brakes on yourself when you write.  If you critique your writing before you get your ideas out,you will corrupt the free flow of your work.  Your passion, your issue, your subject must be expressed without editorial review when you are writing.  Tell your internal critic thanks for the input but come back later.  Once you have most or all of your project underway or completed you can invite the critic back.  At present, just give your writer/creator space and control. 

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Reference Materials
 
Many authors/writers have provided books on their ways of approaching the work and craft of writing.  While each of these can be useful/helpful in its own way, your own unique and personal approach will teach you the most about how you yourself work.  No onecan really give you thekey to your own writing because you yourself contain that.  You are the best resource you have.  Venture our into your own writing.  See where your own thought takes you. Just write.  Just write something.  Don't evaluate it.  Just get going and see where it goes. A few of the following show that the way others write is as varied as the advice they give for writing.