What about your writing would you like to get better at? What do you perceive as your greatest weakness as a writer? World-building? Dialogue? Grammar? Outlining?

In six words, tell us: What would you like to improve about your writing?

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Breathe emotional resonance into my writing.

Show the story my muse tells.

Make my words flow more quickly!

Inserting five senses into my novel.

Weed like my garden — for harmony!


persist, plan, plot,  play and  polish,

Confidence to persist no matter what.

Pry it off my hard drive.

I want to improve the time I spend writing. I bought an hourglass to help. When the sand is falling, I have to write until it has all run out. No more staring at a blank page on my laptop.

Create despite circumstances; transcend the story

To say more with fewer words.



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