Tag Archives: confident

Bling writing

Add some bling to your writing as well as your blog.

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Who’s your on-line writing coach?

Do you have an on-line writing coach?  I do, several in fact, although they probably don’t know it (yet). I realised the other day that one of the reasons I follow my ‘favourites’ so avidly is that they demonstrate, model, illuminate some of the vital ingredients of confident writing. Now following them avidly doesn’t mean [...]

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Italian lessons in authenticity: by Emma Bird

What’s your name? What are you eating? Why are you here? Those were just some of the questions that the two-year-old at the table next to ours was bombarding us with while we were waiting for our meal to arrive in our favourite restaurant. Were she in the UK or the US, her parents would [...]

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Solving a word puzzle with help from the blogosphere

Who will help the writer find her way through this perplexing word puzzle? The new blogger was trying to end writing procrastination, when out of the blue she found herself tripping over words, wrongly used . You might think this is strange, but even for a confident writer such things can happen at times. Our [...]

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September theme: writing with authenticity

Just a quick reminder that I’m going to be moving to a more focused, themed approach to Confident Writing come September.  I’m going to be exploring the ingredients of writing with confidence on a month by month basis, starting with authenticity. Thanks to everyone for all the… Continue reading

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