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10 Ways to Write Without Apology

10 Ways to Write Without Apology

How to write without apology, and accept yourself as an authority.

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5 Simple Ways to Power Up Your Writing

“”Begin at the beginning,”, the King said, very gravely, “and go on till you come to the end: then stop” ~ Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland I could probably share 500 ways to power up your writing, never mind 5… but then I’d be ignoring my own opening line.  So I’m going to keep it simple. [...]

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What Confident Writing Means to You

Back in April I asked you for a favour: to share some of your thoughts on what Confident Writing (the blog) means to you. In particular, I asked you to think about this question: Could you tell me what one thing you do, or have done differently as a result of reading the Confident Writing [...]

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New Year, New Chapter, New Look

We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day. Edith Lovejoy Pierce I love the promise of the New Year.  Turning a fresh page.  Starting a new chapter. It seems like the perfect [...]

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Thank you for making the connection

The end of November already, and time to wrap up writing to make a connection. I can’t think of a better way to do it than a simple thank you to everyone that’s contributed to Confident Writing this month. So a big thanks to all of you who’ve taken the time to comment and make [...]

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