Category Archives: Self-examination

Min Jin Lee: Finding Story Ideas That Truly Provoke Your Passions

Finding something to write about that inflames your desire to write is like striking gold. It’s rare and precious. Seek it out and mine it.

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https://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/writers-perspective/off-the-page-author-interview-series/pachinko-author-min-jin-lee-talks-finding-story-ideas-that-truly-provoke-your-passions

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Know Subtext? Got Subtext on the Page?

Saying all the things that need to be said but not spoken through subtext is an important skill for all writers to master. Margie Lawson takes us on a guided tour of how to do that right.

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https://writersinthestormblog.com/2018/11/know-subtext-got-subtext-on-the-page/

How to Write More in the Time You Have

From Writer’s Digest: The key to achieving those New Year’s writing resolutions—or any writing goals, for that matter—is to make the most of the time you have. Student writer J.J. Hanna explains how to build productive writing habits and improve your time management.

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https://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/how-to-write-more-time-management-productive-writing-habits