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Four Signs You Need a Writing Retreat--do any of these sound familiar?

4 Signs You Desperately Need a Writing Retreat

4 Signs You Desperately Need a Writing Retreat - The Writer's Sherpa Retreats

Write Better with This No-Cost Writing Course from University of Iowa's Writers' Workshop

Write Better with This No-Cost Writing Course from University of Iowa's Writers' Workshop

How To DIY A Super Cheap and Super Effective Writing Retreat | A great post on designing your own writing retreat. *

How To DIY A Super Cheap and Super Effective Writing Retreat by Sarah von Bargen. I think the title is misleading, because it truly concerns how to prepare for a long writing session at a hotel (not DIY, etc.

5 Non-Digital Activities to Refuel Your Creativity | It's amazing what a little bit of intentional rest and renewal can do for the body and soul, especially when we power down our devices and unplug. The best part? We don't even need to travel away from home to take a creative retreat. We can take one in the midst of our day-just a quick 20 minutes of reading, painting, writing, prayer, or a walk outside. And it can restore our energy and creativity so we return to work with renewed purpose!

It's amazing what a creative retreat can to refresh body and soul, especially when we "unplug." Here are 5 do-able activities to revive your creative energy!

These are high-quality writer’s colonies you probably don’t know about yet.

27 Amazing Writing Residencies You Should Apply for This Year

#Cliches are everywhere, especially in #YA. Learn what's been overdone and how to avoid it or make it new. http://inkandquills.com/2015/02/04/10-worn-out-ya-cliches/

Writing a YA novel and want to avoid the typical YA cliches?Learn what's been overdone and how to avoid them to create a new style in your YA novel.

30 Things I've Learned About Writing That Made A Big Difference by Stephanie Morrill

Go Teen Writers: 30 Things I've Learned About Writing That Made A Big Difference - has links to helpful writing articles on the go teen writers website improve dialogue vbecause saying he said she said gets boring.

Daily Writing Prompt - Writers Write Creative Blog

Daily Writing Prompt from Writers Write Start a scene with these words: It was my turn to dig again.

Have you ever finished reading a book and walked away feeling nothing? No attachment to the characters, no joy in their success or sadness...

Alcohol Inks on Yupo

7 Tips for Writing Emotion Into Your Story - as writers, one of our biggest fears to have somebody read our books and not be emotionally engaged. Here are 7 pointers to help avoid this pitfall.

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Grace: One of her team does something that Shaw will punish him for. Grace tells him to leave and he almost did but decided to stay.

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