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Thanks from a new blogger

The Confident Writing blog is just over four months old. It feels like an old and trusted friend (? Can you be friends with your blog?) It feels like something I’ve been doing forever, but in relative terms I am very new to blogging - and know I still have… Continue reading

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An introduction to Confident Writing

One of the challenges of running a blog-site (rather than a conventional, static one) is that it’s constantly moving.  This is one of the joys too of course - but the challenge part comes in describing what’s going on for new readers and providing some decent signposting so people can find their way through your [...]

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Writing with authenticity: the September theme at Confident Writing

“Some writers confuse authenticity, which they ought always to aim at, with originality, which they should never bother about” (W H Auden) Authenticity.  The thing that writers should always aim at.  But what is this thing called authenticity?  How do we achieve authentic writing?  How will we know when we’re writing with authenticity? All these [...]

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Writing comments with intention

I realised that in my round-up on blog writing, linking and feed-reading with intention I missed out one of the most vital ingredients of the whole blogging caboodle: writing comments. Writing comments can be a major investment of time and energy as well as words so it’s worth thinking through some of the (positive) reasons [...]

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Why confident writing is good for business

We live in a world of instant access to information but most business managers feel swamped by a deluge of material that they never have time to read. Poorly written material slows us down and leads to frustration and wasted time as readers try to fathom out ‘what’s the point?’ There’s a business price to [...]

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