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Sharing My 4 Favourite Posts of March

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Last month was so full of exciting stuff that I ran out of time to post this in March. So I’m sneaking it in now because I really want to share these links with you.

Here are my four favourite posts of March:

  • Releasing the Deadwood by Dan James. If you only read one of these posts, read this one. It’s a short but powerful reminder to clear out our ‘deadwood’ from time to time and make space for new creative moments.
  • Start Here: Being Your Own Muse from DIY MFA. Emily Wenstrom makes the list again this month with these five suggestions on how to ‘get your creative juices flowing on your own.’ I can personally vouch for the effectiveness of her suggestions as they’re the same practices I use.
  • Why You Need to Be Excited About Every Single Thing You Write by K.M. Weiland. This is a great reminder that sometimes it’s not good to force yourself to write. There is indeed a line between just plain laziness and an idea that should not be written down yet. Can you tell the difference?
  • NaNoWriMo Survival Guide Day One: Why You Can Do This from The Office of Letters and Light. Okay, this is a cheat because I read this post on April 1st, but I couldn’t wait to share it. A great post to read when you’re starting something new.

Now it’s your turn. What was your favourite post in March? Add a link in the comments.


Author: Jessica

I'm a writer who refuses to pin myself down to one genre, hopping from science-fiction and fantasy through to literary and even the odd western now and then. Check out what I've written at or follow me on Twitter @jessbaverstock.

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