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‘Perfect never gets published’

‘Perfect never gets published’ was the most motivating advice I read, in the last couple of years. And the more I think about it—it’s definitely true. I procrastinated, for about a decade, about publishing my completed manuscript (A Charming Bequest) … Continue reading

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Procrastination, lacks confidence, or what?

Sharing my experiences with my fellow writers: About a decade ago, I settled down in November and bashed out 2500-3,500 words a day, having read about NaNoWriMo, before going on a booked holiday, which provided a deadline. I had a … Continue reading

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Which is the hardest – the writing or the marketing?

If anybody has ever dreamed of writing a book but suffers from the notorious Writer’s Block problem, take heart. I know how difficult it is when Muse takes a hike and all you see is the cursor flashing on the … Continue reading

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