Build Your Story by D.L. Hungerford

Sometimes it can be difficult to write when your “muse” doesn’t show up for the allotted writing time. I have a tendency to stare at the screen or rewrite a sentence over and over again when the ideas aren’t flowing. Trying out some prompts are a great way for changing up the usual writing routine.

Happy Authors Guild

I’ve made the commitment to give two hours every weekday to my novel writing. Weekends are for blogs and other fun projects. I am accountable for these two hours because I go on-line to my writing communities and state that I am “sprinting,” a term we use when we sit at a keyboard and just write.

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