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Simply Experimenting: The Results of My Writing Experiment Group Writing Project

You must break out of your current comfort zone and become comfortable with the unfamiliar and the unknown (Denis Waitley) Thanks to all of you who shared the ways you were breaking out of your current comfort zone with your contributions to the ‘Results of My Writing Experiment’ group writing project. Some of you tried [...]

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When Good Advice Goes Out the Window: Down The Writing Rabbit Hole

When Good Advice Goes Out the Window: Down The Writing Rabbit Hole

She generally gave herself good advice (though she seldom followed it) Chapter 1: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland I found myself down a writing rabbit hole the other week.  I was trying to finish work on a book of writing tips, culled from the best of Confident Writing.  I was two weeks beyond my self-imposed deadline [...]

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Introducing the Theme for November: Experimenting

Introducing the Theme for November: Experimenting

I’m really looking forward to this month’s theme at Confident Writing: experimenting. What happens when we experiment with our writing.  The freedom to experiment.  Playing, learning and creating something new.  Trying out different styles, formats and writing voices.  Jumping in and exploring a new medium, new way of working, or a new approach to our [...]

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