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This is the year

Hello there I was bowled over by the response to last week's newsletter. Thank you so much to everyon
This is the year
By Iain Broome • Issue #2 • View online
Hello there
I was bowled over by the response to last week’s newsletter. Thank you so much to everyone who replied by email or said nice things on Twitter. I really appreciate it.
Two things.
One. This week I wrote about having not written a second novel in the last six years. It was rather cathartic. You can find the post via the first link in the list below.
Second. I’m trying to think of ways I might make this newsletter more interactive – a community, dare I say. Hashtag on Twitter? Slack team? Something else?
Let me know what you think. And if you have any other ideas, suggestions or links I should share, tell me about those too.
Go scroll and find gold.
Iain

Chuck Wendig
It's the one thing I think, having met so many writers at so many stages of their work and their careers, that's important: process is truly unique. No one writer writes a book / story / poem the same way. We all invent and reinvent how we do it again, again, again.
2:41 PM - 17 Jan 2019
Michael J Seidlinger
Ursula K. Le Guin’s writing routine is the ideal writing routine. https://t.co/D0sXigDvWe
5:38 PM - 18 Jan 2019
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New writing and exciting links for writers, readers, publishing folk and other creative types. Sent by Iain Broome, author of A is for Angelica.

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