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Not all stories are like other stories

Hello there Thank you to every one who took the time to answer my two-question survey last week. It's
Not all stories are like other stories
By Iain Broome • Issue #15 • View online
Hello there
Thank you to every one who took the time to answer my two-question survey last week. It’s still online if you’d like to join in and tell me what you want from this newsletter.
The results were interesting. Asking your audience – you know, actual people – what they want is always a good idea, especially when you’re making websites and what have you.
This newsletter and its very attractive subscribers (👋) have been my main outlet on the internet for quite some time. I’ve always enjoyed collecting and sharing what I find on the web and take care to note that most of you would like that to continue.
But I am a writer at heart and I have stories to tell. Some of those stories are fictional. But I’d also like to share more about being self-employed, being a parent, and being a largely unknown author who’s had to put the previous items in this sentence first.
Basically, I’m currently thinking about all of this and deciding what to do next. Thank you for subscribing and reading. Don’t forget, you’re always welcome to hit reply and send me a real-life email full of your brilliant thoughts.
Now go find something useful in the links below.
Iain

Milanote - the tool for organizing creative projects
Tweet of the week
C. Robert Cargill
The most powerful too in a writer's toolbox is the ability to MAINTAIN MORALE.

Set low, easily achievable daily goals.

Craft/find a comfortable environment to write.

Remember no one will read your writing until after you've fixed it.

Don't beat yourself up for missing days.
10:38 PM - 5 Jun 2019
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