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Author page: Natalie Forslind

Social Media – A Guide for Writers

Social media has become an invaluable tool for writers to connect with readers, promote their work, and build an author platform. However, navigating the vast and ever-evolving landscape of social media can be overwhelming. In this article, we will provide a guide for writers on how to effectively navigate social media platforms and harness their…

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How Working Less Hours Boosts Your Productivity

In our fast-paced world, the conventional wisdom is that working longer hours equals higher productivity. However, a growing body of research suggests otherwise. Work compression and Parkinson’s Law, two fascinating concepts, challenge the traditional notion of productivity. Doing More with Less Time Work compression, also known as task compression or time compression, involves accomplishing the…

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Crafting a Compelling Midpoint

Almost every great story follows a fundamental structure that captivates readers and viewers alike — the three-act structure. Act 1 establishes the world and characters, Act 3 concludes the story, but it’s Act 2 where the real magic happens: the midpoint. This pivotal moment in your narrative can make or break your story’s momentum. In…

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Writing Rituals

One thing that I stared doing now that I am studying and writing full time is that I’ve experimented by trying different famous authors writing routines. The reason why I started doing this is: I want to learn how I can develop my own writing routine. I want to see what I can learn…

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How I Edit my Books

Editing a book may seem difficult, but it doesn't have to be if you're structured. In this blog post, I will go through the different steps I go through when editing a manuscript. Editing Step by Step Take a break from the manuscript. Preferably for four weeks so that you can distance yourself from what…

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