Anna Barker I recently wrote a story for a collection I’m working on at the moment. It was going well — so well, in fact, that the short story grew and became a novella. I got to around 22,000 words,…
If you're stuck in your writing, try some free-writing to help liberate your thoughts and allow you to get on with it.
Freewriting is not only useful at the ideas stage but is also a fantastic tool for making connections in the structure of your work.
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If you find it hard to start writing, don't worry. Just start by scribbling down your ideas to get into the flow. You can rewrite and edit your work later to ensure it is accurate.
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