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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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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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Curiosity: where will it take us?

Photo by EmilioDelPrado I’m curious: what does curiosity mean to you? To me it means a state of wonder and excitement. An openness to new ideas. Never-ending interest in and respect for other people, recognising their individuality and humanity. A desire to learn the amazing story that is every human life. It’s the wonder of… [...]

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Your chance to be a writing coach

Share your tips on beating writer’s block with Nathania at Bold Interactive… And contribute your top writing tips to a compilation piece that Daniel at Daily Writing Tips is working on. I know you’ve plenty of great writing tips to share Joanna Young, The Confident Writing Coach Because our words count Continue reading

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