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Write a book. This has been on my dream list for several years and now I am finally doing it! With the launch of Dreamsco and our 101 Dreams Come True Contest, I'll be writing for our website and blog. And at the end of 2014, we'll be compiling a book of people's dreams. My dream is becoming reality one day at a time! What's your dream?

Do you journal? A writer’s journal, where you write everything from the colour of your socks to the taste of a peach. A healing journal, where you lay down your thoughts and, just for a moment, ste.

52 Questions in 52 Weeks.  By asking one simple question a week, the task of creating a descriptive story of one’s life could be accomplished in a single year.

52 Questions in 52 Weeks. By asking one simple question a week, the task of creating a descriptive story of one’s life could be accomplished in a single year. **Tie in with genealogy and journaling their life and information on their family

If you’ve been daydreaming about making a comfortable living as a barefoot writer, 2015 will definitely be the year you make it a reality. Here's how ...

7 Best-Paying Projects for Writers in 2015

If you’ve been daydreaming about making a comfortable living as a barefoot writer, 2015 will definitely be the year you make it a reality [

I definitely write better than I speak.

Introverts: My words sound better coming from my hands than from my mouth (sometimes).

Don't give up on writing your book. Here's a list of resources to help you finally finish writing a first draft. via Natasha Lester, author.

How To Not Give Up On Writing A Book

Helpful resources and tips from writers about how to not give up on writing a book, how to finish a first draft and how to keep writing until the end.

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Writing tip on scenes. I like that last one about repeat 200 times. I myself am a writer and that 200 times step is very important

Writing prompt from Writers Write

Daily Writing Prompt - Write about the contents of a coat pocket that could change someone's life.

What Are the 6 Things You Need to Write a Book? Here's a list. | www.natashalester.com.au

There Are Only 6 Things You Need to Write a Book

The 6 things you need to write a book include knowledge, guidance, reading, motivation, encouragement and word count. Natasha Lester explains each in detail

Inspirational Print Motivational Writing by WordsGloriousWords

Inspirational Print Motivational Writing by WordsGloriousWords "Write until it becomes as natural as breathing. Write until not writing makes you anxious.

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