Five Steps to Writing a Romance Novella in Two Weeks #writingtips #MFRWAuthor #ASMSG #IARTG

It’s wonderful this came up today as I am about to attempt this exact challenge! With these great tips I’m sure to succeed 🙂

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Testing my Personality

Sunday morning surfing led me to discover this new-to-me website, Helping Writer’s become Authors, and their article on “What’s your writing personality?”

After reading the piece I figured I would fall into the Phlegmatic category:

Phlegmatics are the Steady Eddies. They’re not easily ruffled, which means they get to avoid many of the high and low mood swings the other personality types can be prone to. They’re dependable, thoughtful, and pragmatic. But they can also struggle to find motivation and energy to start—and then finish—projects.

It definitely painted a picture I could easily relate to. I do struggle with motivation and follow through. I’m thoughtful, sometimes to the extent of getting lost in my own, and I’m not easily ruffled.

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Putting Planning into Practice

I need to get my focus on.

I’ve learned so many wonderful things from Blogging U and other bloggers and it’s time I actually make that knowledge useful.

So I’m going to use December to ramp up to 2015; get all my ducks in a row; cross my t’s and dot my i’s; and whatever other cliche’s that suggest I’m going to buckle down and get serious.

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Twenty-4 Round up

I’m gonna tell you what I’ve loved so far.

I’m a writer who is interested in the craft and business of writing. I’m a person whose is interested in spirituality. I’m a Lady who doesn’t really like people but I’m completely fascinated by them.  Now you will have some context as to who I’ve chosen to follow in the past week.  Here are my pick’s and a quickie about why I like them. Continue reading “Twenty-4 Round up”

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