Category Archives: Writing Motivation

Start Right Where You Are and Get It Done

A Review of a New Book by Sam Bennett “When you decide that, you want something and you move toward it physically, emotionally or spiritually, then your movement opens up new pathways by which things can appear in your life,” … Continue reading

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The Dragons in Our Lives: Finding Passion for Writing

In a poem, Paul Valery writes how the wind ruffles the immobile surface of the water and his own impassive mood, breathing into him new vitality for poetry. Continue reading

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The ABC’s of Writing Into Truth

Guest Article by Tina Welling The ABCs of writing into our own truth are attention, belief, and courage.  Attention means offering awareness to our body sensations and our emotions; belief means trusting our responses; courage means taking action based upon … Continue reading

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Are You a Transformational Writer? Interview with Alissa Lukara – Life Passages TV

Are you a transformational writer? Watch Alissa Lukara’s interview on Life Passages – A Soul’s Journey TV show to find out what transformational writing is and whether the book or essays you write are part of the transformational writing movement. … Continue reading

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The #1 Reason Only a Handful of Authors Make Money

Guest article By Kathleen Gage Do you ever wonder why some authors seamlessly grow their businesses while most struggle at every turn? The fact is, those who continue to grow their businesses, client bases, and revenue streams do not settle for “business … Continue reading

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You Know That Book You’ve Been Meaning To Write? How to Get it Done . . .

You remember…that one project idea that is SUCH a good idea…and yet…you just can’t seem to get moving on it? You know you want to do it. You know you need to do it. You know you would really love having it done. So what’s the hold up? Continue reading

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What if . . . ? A Key Question for Your Book

When you make time to distill your story down to a one-sentence summary or What If, you confirm that you know the story you want to tell and you direct your focus onto that story’s key elements. Continue reading

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You Do Not Write a Book Alone

To succeed as a writer in today’s shift-every-nanosecond market, it is best not to write a book alone. You need a writing tribe, a community, a team, a mentor. Continue reading

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How Falling in Love Helped Me Write My Book [memoir series 5]

As in life, falling in love with writing can be easy during the early stages, the heady flush of romance. Here, inspiration abounds and the words flow. But as in life, when you have to work at your craft, when the honeymoon period is over, writing a book may get harder. Continue reading

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How Your Mindset Can Support Your Writing Success

Your mindset is as important to writing your book as a great idea, a desire to write, talent and craft know-how. It can help or hinder your writing journey. Continue reading

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