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Recommended Reading: Writing Down the Bones

Ditch that internal editor and write with courage, thanks to advice from Natalie Goldberg.

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How to Beat Imposter Syndrome

Do you ever feel like you're not good enough? Like you're not a real writer? It's a paralyzing fear caused by your evil internal editor, and it can make you stop writing. Learn what the imposter syndrome is and how to get rid of it, so you can get back to working on your real good writing.

Day-2 NaNoWriMo Prep – So what do you know? Research your world before NaNo starts. Let your internal editor look up spelling, idioms, expertise and strange facts about your character’s local or occupation. Use the five W’s to get started. Call an expert. Most people love to help writers. Be aware of the nitpickers who will let you know if you got it wrong. Want some basic research tips check out this blog…

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From: http://www.barrioblues.com/un-blog-de-writing-musings/the-internal-editor-must-die-and-an-excerpt-from-the-harvest-pp-1-20 "Today, I taught my first creative writing class. I haven’t taught creative writing since 2008, but I wanted to teach it again since I am writing on a regular basis now. Plus, I needed the space and reason, or excuse, to read about creative writing theory, again. Working full time, running a union chapter, with two small children can often be a challenge."

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