Your Daily Writing Habit

Your Daily Writing Habit

In Your Daily Writing Habit Christine "Ink" Whitmarsh shares her expert writing secrets so YOU can write (and finish!) a book that changes lives! Christine's mission is to inspire and help as many people as possible to share their stories and life lessons in book form, thereby transforming the lives of others. Christine, a celebrity ghostwriter, bestselling author, and book coach, is the owner of The Ink Agency, a professional book services agency serving clients worldwide since 2003 (formerly Christine Ink - Writing With Impact). The Ink Agency helps authors write, publish and promote extraordinary books that drive powerful brands. Over the course of her 18 years as a professional writer, Christine, a "creative scientist" by nature, has mastered the process of developing, writing and COMPLETING top quality books.... Show More

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Fun & inspiring I promise - the "7 deadly sins" of writers! Click on the link here in the show notes to drop by my Ink Authors group on Facebook and say hello, let us know how you're doing, and how we can support your "quarantine" book writing goals!
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It's my birthday! Here are the things I'm grateful for AND a special event invite for you - today 1pm EST! https://www.facebook.com/events/229445284923804/
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What impact will current events have on your book idea? What layer of thought or ideas will be added? These and more questions in today's episode based on recent observations I've had while working with my authors on their book projects.
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Continuing my weekly #WriterWednesday series where I'm revealing the pieces of my book development and writing process, 3 action questions for YOU at a time. This episode - your Chapter Writing Plan.
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A mindset "state" that I believe authors should be in most of the time (to make us better observer) - including, and maybe especially, challenging times like these. As an author, this is an opportunity to learn!
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Author lessons from war novels that can hopefully help you with YOUR book - even if this specific niche genre isn't your cup of tea!
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For this week's Sunday Story Time, an excerpt from a client book - "No Fear Allowed" by Laura Herring, followed by journaling questions about fear you can get to work on right now!
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Find out which 3 fairy tales I chose & the author lessons I found in those tales.
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It's FAQs Friday and the question is: "I hate to admit it but I feel like lately I've lost my confidence as a writer. How do I get it back?" Here's my answer and click the link to drop by my Ink Authors Group on Facebook to drop YOUR future FAQs Friday question!
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Questions you can ask to re-frame the trying times we're all going through now AND why being an author is an opportunity to make a difference!
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Your book's architecture and table of contents is the structure that will transport your readers from beginning to end, ideally without losing their attention. Here's a 3 part exercise to make it happen!
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The "up side" of being too afraid of rejection to start writing your book and how to get past it.
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Of all the book struggles we face as authors, I feel like not knowing what to write about, ranks pretty low on our lists. So what do you do when you have TOO many book ideas? Here are 6 questions to help you choose the right book idea for right now! And if you still need help narrowing it down, visit my Ink Authors group on Facebook and run your finalists by my awesome community of authors like you, for feedback.
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For this week's Sunday Story Time, an excerpt from a client book - "The Stress Switch" by Dr. Amy Serin AND an important message about stress in relation to current events!
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Happy Saturday fellow authors! Here are 3 fun new writing exercises to get your creative juices flowing. Visit my Ink authors to let me know how they work out for you, ESPECIALLY exercise #3 (super fun!).
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FAQs Friday: What is a good singular starting point for marketing my book and what should I start doing it? Today's episode has my detailed answer AND link below to the free guide I mention: http://theinkagency.net/product/brand-bank-guide/
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Scene writing is an important skill for fiction AND nonfiction authors. Here are several questions to help you write better, more detailed scenes that will grab your readers' attention and put them in your book!
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Continuing our #WriterWednesday series, where every week I give you 3 action questions based on my book writing process, to help you write and promote YOUR book. Visit my Ink Authors group on Facebook to tell us about your writing goals & how we can help you!
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Authors - Stuck writing on a new chapter in your book? Here's one of my favorite writing fundamentals tools for getting unstuck, refocused, and moving forward again.
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Mindset Monday! Authors - don't worry about decorating the 2nd floor guest bedroom before you've laid the foundation of the house. Here's how to avoid self sabotaging yourself and your book. Remember to swing by my Ink Authors group on Facebook - it's where the authors (and publishing resources) go!
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