Does criticism mean you’re a failure? No one likes criticism—especially when it comes in insensitive ways. For authors, it’s especially tough when criticism comes in the forms of publishers rejecting your work or unkind reviews by readers. This edition of Positive TrUth focuses on what criticism does NOT mean, and how to use criticism to […]
I suggest short writing prompts to get you “warmed up” before writing something serious.
When self-editing, don’t get overwhelmed by the amount of changes or the length of your manuscript.
Also use Microsoft’s “Read Aloud” and “Find and Replace” features to filter out some typical mistakes.
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Ditch the productivity dream and, instead, choose the productivity plan.