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The Myth About Writer’s Block and How to Get Through It

We’ve all heard the term before. Writer’s block is a common, and often overly used, reason people give up on writing. Now, before you get upset and accuse me of blasphemy, let me explain. Writer’s block is a real thing … r

7 Stunning Books To Read If You Are An Aspiring Writer

If you want some substantial and complete recommendations, then you need something more than just a few articles. So, today we are bringing you 7 book for young and aspiring authors to read (in no particular order) to improve your writing skills. r

Dig Yourself Out Of A Creative Rut

How To Get Yourself Out Of A Creative Rut

Have you ever found yourself at a loss for words? Or maybe you lose interest, or even passion, for something you’re working on. Maybe you’re just exhausted from everyday life and you can’t muster the creative energy to keep going. r

3 Secrets to Writing Articles from the Heart

The greatest pieces are those writings that touch, inspire and provoke readers. They impart emotions so strong, you find yourself tearing up, fuming or simply starving for more. r

4 Ways Not Reading Fiction is Killing Your Productivity

It may sound unreasonable to suggest adding more to your schedule — reading novels and short stories — could improve your productivity, but you’re missing a wonderful opportunity for improvement if literature is not part of your life. r

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Writing Therapy: Unconventional Ways Writing Can Cure

There are many benefits associated with writing. Besides just keeping your mind active, improving your imagination and using it as a form of communication, writing can also be used as a therapy. r