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What Is This Thing?

Your Way

Since shifting to focusing on writers and writing, I've been taking things pretty slow around here.  I'm still getting a feel for how my love of writing and love/obsession with story structure and writing methods and all the nuts-and-bolts stuff will come together to make things better for myself and other writers.

To help with that, I've jumped in on ProBlogger's 31 Days to a Better Blog.  I've signed up before but didn't do much, but this time it's being done as a podcast, so I'm listening in the car.  So much easier to keep up with it this way!  I tell everyone else but forget for myself: Make it easy.  This will make it easy for me to gather my thoughts and share them here more regularly.

But back to the topic.  What is this thing, or what do I do around this place?

Your story, your way.  Your writing life, your way.  That's what MuseCraft is all about.  I'm here to guide writers to create their perfect writing lives and write their stories their way.  There is no one true way.  There's only your way.

That's what I'm here for.  So what can I do to help you and your writing dreams?

 

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3 thoughts on “What Is This Thing?

  1. Deanna

    There is so much I want to learn about writing I hardly know where to start! How to be engaging and yet keep things simple and to the point, that would be a great start!

    1. Kim

      Deanna--start with writing practice. Practicing (and this doesn't have to take forever-- 5 to 10 minutes a few days a week is a great starting point) helps you clarify to yourself what you think and what you want to say. Simplicity and clarity come from practice. Being engaging? That comes from your heart. Writing practice will also help you learn to express your truest self and thoughts, and that is always powerful and engaging.

      Keep practicing!

  2. Allurynn

    Love "Your story, your way. Your writing life, your way." I felt stopped for many years from blogging thinking it had to "be" a certain way. Once I let go and wrote from my heart, my way it blossomed. Great tips on the writing practice to Deanna. I too find that I stray away from keeping it simple and to the point...but than again...I suppose my way is to share more. Guess the trick is to finding a happy medium

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