Category: Writing Tips

I’ve talked a lot on Instagram about how I often have two writing projects going at the same time. I’ve found this to be an incredibly helpful way to keep my creativity fresh. And while this approach is definitely not for everyone, it’s become an essential part of my writing process. If you’ve never tried to tackle multiple projects a try before, you might want to think about giving it a shot. However, if balancing two writing projects sounds like too much (or is too much), you might want to consider looking into another form of creativity to try; something you can use to shift your way of thinking while you work on your writing project. This could be painting, photography, design, or even something crafty. It’s easy to get caught up in your story. A creative shift can help refresh and reset your creative mind, which helps to make you the best writer you can be. With that in mind, here are my top five benefits of a creative shift: 1) It gives your brain a break (especially if you’re story is being difficult) It goes without saying that writing a book comes with a handful of problems. [...]

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