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  • I realise I'm about two years late to this thread, but it was so nice to see someone else who had the same questions I struggle with now. Thank you, T. Swift, for posting this!
  • ...eve in yourself, why bother?) What gets in my way is the ever-shifting horizon. Just when I've got to the top of what I think is the last hill, I realise there's another one ahead (a...
  • Let it go - for now. If she eventually feels that she needs to be heard, she'll also realise that she can't do it herself, and may well get in touch. It may be impossible for her to d...
  • Started by Emily Harvale
    Last reply by Heather Marsten
    ...od and appropriate, book cover (unless you're a well known author, in which case your fans will probably buy your book regardless). What I didn't realise is, that using certain words...
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  • ...ast you have let things stop you as have I absolutely but what matters now IS NOW and you are doing it NOW. God willing we will be 80 someday and realise that we had 30-40 years of wr...
  • ...us here! We have had discussions Katie on making sure your goal is whatever success means to you. I knew Id never be the next Stephen king but I realise its important to me to be pub...
  • ...er writers which is amazing and I believe it has helped to improve my writing. It's also very cathartic, like visitng a shrink. As time goes on I realise the closer I get towards atte...
  • ... So how to you manage to block out time and push through to the end of long project?  How do you make your inner critic work for you -- when you realise you've spent all your time wr...
  • ...essage at random was:  Set your sights high, the higher the better.  Expect the most wonderful things to happen, not in the future but right now. Realise that nothing is too good.  Al...
  • ...tain I have written the book I want others to read, then I will seek an agent. For now there is a lot of work ahead of me. Every time I rewrite I realise there is another way of sayin...