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What YOU'RE Writing Now: New Years Resolutions, On Being (and Reading Like) a Writer, and More
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Deborah Siegel
January 2011
Writing
Contributor
Written by
Deborah Siegel
January 2011
Writing

Looking for a taste of what your fellow She Writers have been writing about this week?  Here are highlights from the Community Blog.

 

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Follow links to 30 of your fellow She Writers favorite thing they wrote in 2010 right here (and add your own, if you haven't yet!)


Keeping the"Happy" in Happy New Year by Jenna Sauber

My 2011 Word of Resolve by Kim Koning 

My Writing Resolutions by Diane Lockward 

My 2011 Book Club and Why We Loved "The Help" by Marcy Campbell

New Years Resolutions: Why Bother? by Karen Bojar

 

On Being a Writer

Seven Ways to Boost Creativity by Cheryl Snell 

You Are a Writer! by Brandi Ballard 

Top 10 Bloggers for Writers by Victoria Mixon 

The Pitfalls and Benefits of Blogging by  Kathryn Brown

Getting It Done by pia savage


The Important of Reading (for Writers)

Why I Love Reading Groups by Michelle Hoover

She Reads: December 2010 by Kelley Clink 


Plus, check out this past week's most active groups:

 

  1. Novelists, Struggling and Not 
  2. Poets on She Writes 
  3. Virtual Critique Group 
  4. Blogging about Books and Writing

 

This post brought to us with the help of She Writer Mary Keating, our Idaho-based Editorial Analyst extraordinaire

 

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