You should always have a reason when writing

Check out You should always have a reason when writing by Scott Nesbitt. Here is an excerpt:

A woman sitting at her desk, writing

When I’m coaching or advising new writers, I tell them that they should write every day. Without fail. While I think it’s good advice, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s also incomplete advice.

Simply sitting in front of a keyboard and typing what’s at the top of your head…

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