The Extreme Discomfort of the Middle

The Extreme Discomfort of the Middle

The middle is the absolute worst place to be; in writing, in creating, in editing. But it is also the best place to be. This is truly the way to tell if you love what you do. If in the centre, in the in-between, you still love what you do – then you know you truly are meant to be doing it.

The feeling of twisting angst, and resistance that you feel while in the midst of creating can be a difficult feeling to overcome. Here are three ways to deal with the extreme discomfort of the middle:

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Friday Favourites – Authorpreneurs

Friday Favourites - Authorpreneurs

In today’s edition of Friday Favourites, I’ll be discussing my favourite ‘authorpreneurs’. For those who don’t know, ‘authorpreneur’ is a term to describe authors, who are often, though not always Indies, who also consider themselves entrepreneurs. For those of us in the indie author market, being entrepreneurial comes with the territory. Here are three authorpreneurs who I have found very inspiring, and who I think continually contribute value to the indie community.

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3 Ways In Which Music Can Inspire Writing

 

3 Ways In Which Music Can Inspire Writing R.S. Mollison-Read

As some of you know, in addition to writing, I am also a classically trained soprano. I graduated with my Bachelor’s Degree in Music from the University of Calgary in 2009. As such, music is an essential part of my life. I’ve also found that music can be an incredible inspiration for my writing.

Here are three ways in which music inspires my writing:

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