Are you a writer? Do you want to be a writer? Do you know anyone who says they want to be a writer? Well here are some things you should read or pass on to someone who will make good use of the information, if you haven't already exhausted the one-stop-shop for all things writing-related:
If you would like to find the balance between writing and living your life.
If you have a relationship with books. This may include writing inside the book itself (blasphemy to some).
Maybe you're a Canadian writer, so you might want to read about brooding on Muskoka chairs. I don't know if it's offensive, but it comes on the heels of other work being called unreadably Canadian, which is just ignorant.
To read as a writer is to take the first step in becoming a writer. So, are you a good reader?
If you are a reader who is not a writer, would you ever consider writing? How come?
Lastly, you may be published, or you may still be on your first draft. Here's something to consider about your website.
There is on more link, and it was the best piece I've read about getting rid of your excuses for not writing, but I can't remember where I got the link. If I remember it I'll add it soon.
EDIT: I found it! Get over your excuses for not writing. Phew!
That's all for now. Why aren't you writing yet?
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