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Kathryn Lively
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Reader, Writer, Knitter of Doctor Who Scarves.
Reader, Writer, Knitter of Doctor Who Scarves.

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"Writing is healing, not only for you but for your reader. The world needs your story. Stories are the backbone of humanity. It’s where and how we connect." https://buff.ly/2F617e1
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This counterintuitive marketing method is worth a look for every publisher: https://buff.ly/2ERGJdi
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Weird But True: This Lesser Known Fiction Genre is Making a Comeback
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7 Ways Authors Can Sell More Books At Conventions And Live Events https://buff.ly/2FnKg4a
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'I write the books I wish I was reading when I was 14' - The Anthony Horowitz interview:
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A neuroscientist gives a surprising explanation on what's actually causing writer's block:

“… [Our brain’s] connectedness also comes with a downside; activity in one area of the brain may affect another area in a negative way. Our emotions can have an impact on our productivity and learning … When activity in the area of the brain that is responsible for processing the information needed to write effectively is altered, the result may be writer’s block.” – Michael Grybko, Neuroscientist

But how do you fix writer's block? Here are the most effective tips (based on neuroscience):
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Curious to know what writers really think? Get the answers fast in this detailed 2018 writing survey of writers, authors and bloggers.
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People whose left-brain is dominant are 'content' oriented. Those with a dominant right-brain are 'process' oriented. Which one are you?
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How we approach our bodies is no different to how authors must approach digital media. Are you doing too much of one thing and not enough of another? Do authors need a digital diet? Read more > https://buff.ly/2Ex9dsw
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Using the word "but" in your writing has a negative effect on your communication. Read more to find out why, and what word you can use in its place. https://buff.ly/2G9rY67
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