Check out this great post by Erin Liles with six tips to combat writer’s anxiety as featured on Kristina Stanley’s blog.
Before you can use Fictionary.co to edit your first draft, you have to write your first draft. That can be a daunting task and may even cause writer’s anxiety.
Editor, writer, and creative motivator is here with some great advice on how to get that first draft finished. And when you’re done, after you’ve celebrated, we’d love it if you tried Fictionary and let it help you turn your first draft into a story readers love.
Over to Erin…
Six Tips to Combat Writer’s Anxiety
By Erin Liles
You know the feeling. You sit down at your computer, ready to write, and that blank white page glares at you, the cursor blinking accusingly, your heartbeat throbbing, underarms pricked with sweat. You start to hyperventilate. Anxiety.
Anxiety is not nice to writers. It’s a bully. It breaks you down. It whispers mean things in your ears like you can’t…
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