Self Help

How Writers Can Keep Calm and Carry On

By on Apr 9, 2017 in Self Help

As a writer, life will test you. Your work will create frustration in you. Other people you work with such as editors and publishers may test you. Family problems will also get you down. This is the way things are. Life is full of ups and downs, and at times it may feel like you’re losing control. When it feels like the world is falling apart around you, remember...

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5 Qualities that Make a Great Writer

By on Apr 9, 2017 in Self Help

Some writers live the dream of being published. They have fans and readers who let them know if they are good or not. They have editors and agents to tell them what they are doing right and what they are doing wrong. Mainly, they have fans that help make everything better. On the other hand, it’s easy for unpublished writers to feel inadequate, because when...

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5 Failures Every Author Must Ultimately Face

By on Apr 7, 2017 in Self Help

Failure is a part of life as much as success- this is the half-truth that is fed to people every day to keep them going. The truth is life is a failure. No matter how hard you try, ultimately you will die and fade away. Death is the biggest fear and failure of mankind. Death is not in our hands. Death we cannot get a grip on. No matter what we do in life, death...

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How Writers Can Achieve a Work-Life Balance

By on Mar 25, 2017 in Self Help

If you’re finding you are constantly writing to meet deadlines, and even when there are no deadlines, you’re still scribbling or typing away, then you might be working too hard. If you’re also finding increasingly that apart from writing you’re not doing anything else, then it’s time to reflect on what other, important aspects of life you’re neglecting. Below are...

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5 Lies Every Author Needs to Refuse to Accept as True

By on Mar 24, 2017 in Self Help

Sometimes as an author, the worst enemy to your success can be the lies that you’ve unknowingly accepted. Usually these lies are lies for reason – they are not true. Yet you accept them as being so, and this causes all kinds of problems. Below are 5 lies you need to refuse to accept as true. 1. There’s not enough room for my book Please don’t allow this falsehood to...

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3 Qualities Every Thriving Author Must Have

By on Mar 22, 2017 in Self Help

Human potential is limitless. People succeed in all walks of life, some inspirationally even after experiencing tremendous adversity and disability. As an author you want to be the best you can be. You want to be successful. In short, you want to thrive as an author. Below are 3 qualities that will help you to do so: 1. Be a constant learner These days so many...

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