Why Motivation May Be The Worst Word (Discipline, Part 2)

My mom once gave me relationship advice that I think applies here: You need to marry someone who you both like and love, because there are going to be some days that you don't like him (or her), and that's when you love him. And there's some days you won't love him, and that's when you remember you like him. And there's going to be some days that you don't like or love him, and that's when you remember you made a commitment. 

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Writing Every Day (Discipline, Part 1)

Most likely, you've heard that advice before. It's maybe the most said writing advice ever. And there are many reasons for that, and many good things that come from taking this advice. But there's one benefit that, to me, seems to be overlooked. 

Flags

Flags. It's a seemingly simple concept: a piece of cloth with a design on it that represents something.  Simple, right?

What to Avoid When Writing Female Leads

Female leads are a good thing, or at least they should be. But when handled incorrectly, they can be annoying or even a story killer. This list is what I personally think are the biggest things to avoid when writing a story with a female lead.

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