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Do you tell yourself you could never write a good story?  Or when you try to begin writing you constantly delete every sentence you begin.  Maybe you have abandoned manuscripts on your computer that you are convinced are terrible.   For many years, I believed I could never write fiction.  I had many excuses but mostly I just let my internal critic edit my writing.  Angela Ackerman suggests developing your intuition is key and offers several steps to do so.  Several of these worked for me. Nonfiction Writing, Fiction And Nonfiction, Activities For 2 Year Olds, Craft Activities, Small Business Success, Business Owner, 5 Pillars, Basenji Dogs, Dog Breeds List
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Want to Become a Successful Writer? Develop Your Intuition - WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

There’s not a writer alive who doesn’t know what an Internal Editor is. He’s the guy in your head who sits back, half-loaded with gin, and snarks, “You’re not writing THAT are y… 

Angela Ackerman

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