Learn the important stages of being a writer and how you can navigate past the obstacles they present on your way up the mountain to mastery.

The 7 Stages of Being a Writer (How Many Have You Experienced?) - Helping Writers Become Authors

666 Likes, 8 Comments - Ryan Reudell  (@legendarywriting) on Instagram: “We're not in it for the fame and fortune, we're in it for Story – the idea that we can connect with…”

Writer's Soul-- This is a beautifully written statement and one I Whole hearted agree with too. I'm sure many writers and inspiring writers feel the same way.

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I used to be a Procrastiwriter; you know, a writer who wants to write, but has a lot of trouble actually getting words onto the page. I've had some real low writing slumps throughout my life. But then I got sick of them. I wanted to become a happy AND productive writer, and so I set out on a quest to discover just how to do it. And I emerged successful. Now, I've distilled my super secret, life-transforming process into a simple formula so you can become a happy + productive writer too…

How to Become a Happy + Productive Writer (1 simple formula)

I used to be a Procrastiwriter; you know, a writer who wants to write, but has a lot of trouble actually getting words onto the page. I've had some real low writing slumps throughout my life. But then I got sick of them. I wanted to become a happy AND pro

Character-creation questions that actually MATTER (instead of trivia such as, "What's their favorite color?" or, "What was their high school mascot?")

Character-creation questions that actually MATTER (instead of trivia such as, "What's their favorite color?" or, "What was their high school mascot?

Also keep in mind what they fear and value. Have them lose what they loved most and be overpowered by the thing they feared most

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

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