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How To Be A More Organised Writer (pt.2)

Getting and staying organised really can help you eliminate wasted time. 

I’m a big proponent of organisation so following on from my first post about becoming a more organised writer, I thought I’d give you some more tips. 

If you missed it, you can check it out: How to be a more organised writer (pt.1).

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How To Cope With Noise In Communal Writing Areas

In my last blog post, regarding How to be a more organised writer, I mentioned getting your writing space organised, tidy and removing/reducing distractions. 

The lovely Firestarawesome from Deviantart dropped me a comment regarding writing space, specifically communal writing areas.

So that is what I’m focusing on today.

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Tools Of The Trade For Writers

While the idea of just paper and pen may have been the tools needed back in the day for writers, most of us have more requirements now.

So here is my list of writer tools that I find useful.  We are all different and so you might not need all of these, but I think at least some of these are good for every writer to have.

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So, You Want To Be A Writer?

Great!  The world could always use more writers.

I’ve been writing since I was 8 years old and I’m now a lot older than 8 (we won’t discuss HOW much older). 

I have seen my work improve and I feel that over the many MANY years I’ve been writing, I’ve gleaned some personal thoughts on what (I think) people need to know if they want to be writers.

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