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Three Ways to Become A Writer

A published author shares her top three ways to become a writer. Continue reading

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If You Like It Then You Shoulda Put a Paycheck On It: My Real Problem With The Mighty (#CrippingTheMighty)

If The Mighty really wants to be a force for good in the disability community, why does it make its money off the free labor of disabled writers? Continue reading

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How You, the Client, Can Get Fired by Your Freelancer

Here’s how to make sure that all the time, money, and energy you put into advertising for freelancers, screening candidates, and developing creative briefs goes entirely to waste: Continue reading

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How to Get Motivated to Write Your Novel

Want to write a novel but can’t stay motivated to put all those words on paper? Here’s how to get it done. Continue reading

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How I Wrote a Novel in 10 Months With Untreated ADHD, Part 3: The Notebook

I wrote my first novel with undiagnosed, untreated ADHD. Here’s how I set up my notebook to keep me organized. Continue reading

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How I Wrote a Novel in 10 Months With Untreated ADHD, Part 2: The Workspace

When I wrote my first novel, I had undiagnosed and untreated ADHD. Here’s how I organized my workspace to keep myself on track. Continue reading

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How I Wrote a Novel in 10 Months With Untreated ADHD, Part 1: The System

I wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD until after I published my first novel. Here’s how I wrote it – without treatment. Continue reading

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