Archive | December, 2007

A blogging backlog

I’ve got a whole stack of blogging tasks that are demanding my attention. I’m tempted to try my hand at Brian Clark’s Cosmo-headline-writing challenge. I need to work out what on earth I’ve learned from the world of sport for Robert Hruzek’s latest group writing project (and yes Robert, this one’s a real challenge for [...]

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Tired of blogging? Try this

Do you ever get tired of blogging?  The effort of thinking of new topics to write about, spending time commenting on other sites, keeping up with your feeds, investing in social media networks, interpreting your stats, decluttering your blog, thinking of ways to boost your rss subscriber count… Me too. But as an experiment I [...]

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How do I structure my writing?

I was talking to a friend and former colleague about a writing workshop I’m hoping to run somewhere warm and sunny next year.  More on this to follow… but while he was excited about my plans, he indicated that a workshop a bit closer to home would be appreciated too.  I was a bit surprised [...]

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Writing Coach Toolbox: editing

I’m forever clipping links to resource-rich articles without a particular plan as to how to use them. I realised at the weekend that what I was doing was creating a kind of virtual toolbox for my work as a writing coach - and that publishing them in bundles here… Continue reading

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How curiosity fuels my writing

Curiosity fuels my writing.  Curiosity about new ideas, new ways of thinking, new things to learn.  Curiosity about people and what makes them tick.  Curiosity about places and the people who live in them.  Curiosity about ways that we can bridge the gaps between us through language, words, an open enquiring mind, and the possibilities [...]

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