12 Things to Know About Writing Through Your Feelings


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions Blog with 12 Things to Know About Writing Through Your Feelings

Meg Dowell Writes

1. Not everyone can do it — and it’s OK if you’re one of those people.

2. But the more in touch you are with your emotions, the better writer you will become.

3. Your readers feel connected to characters, stories, and ideas when the writer has close connections with these things.

4. Do not fear writing out what you feel. Seeing it in front of you can completely change your perspective.

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