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155 - Stop Procrasti-learning and Start Writing

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Release Date: 02/08/2020

A Fresh Pespective show art A Fresh Pespective

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Vacations can give us a much needed fresh perspective, as writers and creators, but you don't have to cross an ocean to see things a-fresh. LINKS StoryADay.org/episode254 Take the 3-Day Challenge: StoryADay.org/3dc

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What Is Your Legacy, as a Writer? show art What Is Your Legacy, as a Writer?

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Writers don't just write for themselves, we write to be read, and with that we leave a legacy. in this episode I tell the story of two writers who left an impact on me, and invite you to think about your legacy LINKS: The 3-Day Challenge - https://storyaday.org/3dc I, WRITER Waitlist - https://stada.me/iwriter Music credits: Alan McPike, https://standardstrax.com/ Video credit: (Tony Conaway) Gary Zenker, Main Line Writers' Group (full video https://youtu.be/1R0rqla54hk)

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3 Ways Writers Connect show art 3 Ways Writers Connect

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Episode 252 - this week I bring you three different stories from the writing world that bust the myth of the lone genius writer. (Now, doesn't that make you feel better?)

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Something Changes show art Something Changes

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We know that, in a story something must change before the protagonist can begin to conquer their problem. If you're a writer who isn't writing as much as you'd like, might I suggest that you, too, need to make a change?  Perhaps that something is catching up on the StoryADay May 2022 Fun-Size challenge Catch up with the fun-size challenge now: https://storyaday.org/fun-size/

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StoryADay May 2022 Week 1 Recap show art StoryADay May 2022 Week 1 Recap

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StoryADay May 2022 is underway and it's time for a recap of what hundreds of writers have been up to this week. LINKS:  StoryADay.org StoryADay.org/3dc

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Q&A for StoryADay May 2022 show art Q&A for StoryADay May 2022

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Replay of a live Q&A session with the community, recorded 30 April 2022   Links: StoryADay.org

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Get Ready for StoryADay May 2022 show art Get Ready for StoryADay May 2022

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Why should you sign up for StoryADay May, and what happens once you do? This episode is full of trips and tricks to help you get the most out of the upcoming month of creativity, including details of the new Fun-Size Challenge   LINKS Sign up!  

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Get Excited About Your Writing show art Get Excited About Your Writing

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What if you could slide up to your desk, knowing that you were going to have a good time, with your writing? What if, when you sat down to write, the words just flowed? What's the secret ingredient that makes this possible? LINKS /signup https://storyaday.org/3dc  

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The State of the Short Story show art The State of the Short Story

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Some early details about the new flavor of StoryADay May I'm introducing this year, and my note from the AWP 2022 Conference - an my thoughts on the state of the short story   ::LINKS:: Main site: StoryADay.org 3 Day Challenge: StoryADay.org/3dc My interview with Jane Friedman: storyaday.org/episode099

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Top 10 Mistakes Writers Make show art Top 10 Mistakes Writers Make

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Here's a rundown of mistake you're probably making as a writer (plus three bonus mistakes, because we've all been there!) Join us in the StoryADay Superstars group: Full transcript:  

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Listening and reading are wonderful things, but what if they are holding you back from writing and finishing stories?

We learn writing by writing. Isn't it time you stop stalling?

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"Listening" by Bob DeRosa on Escape Pod: https://stada.me/listening

The 3 Day Challenge: https://stada.me/3dc

Don't forget you can tell your Alexa speaker to play the StoryADay Podcast by enabling the skill one time in your Alexa app then saying "Alexa, play the StoryADay podcast"