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Writing to make a connection - November theme

October is whizzing to its close which means its time to let you know about next month’s theme at Confident Writing. We’re going to be looking at writing to make a connection. This is what I said about it before… Writing that establishes a sense of connection with your reader, a wider community, the wider [...]

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Singing your song: the round up of authentic writing

Round up of a month of posts on the theme of writing and authenticcity.

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Drinking coffee and talking social media

My networking project took a leap forward yesterday morning when I joined up with the (Facebook) Edinburgh Coffee Morning Group.  This wasn’t a virtual meeting, this was early morning coffee and rolls in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town.  The morning was full of promise - Edinburgh… Continue reading

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Introducing three powerful new voices at Confident Writing

September’s proving to be the month of change all right, and one of the changes I’m making here is to open up the floor to three writers who’ve volunteered to contribute as guest authors.  It’s all part of the September focus on writing with authenticity and knowing the… Continue reading

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How to learn from your writing

Liz Strauss challenged us last week to write posts that were about linking and thinking.  This came at a good time for me, as I’d been reflecting on what I was trying to achieve with my writing, and where I wanted to go with it. One of the… Continue reading

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