Guest Blog Post: Step-by-Step Story Writing Tips by Austin L. Wiggins

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Planting the seed for the first step can be the hardest — but it can be the start to wonderful things. Fellow blogger Austin L. Wiggins shares his process…

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Writing about the process of writing feels strange, and it makes me feel naked in that by writing about it I am revealing parts of myself to you. Should I feel this way? The answer is, hesitantly, yes. The very nature of writing is an act of vulnerability. So, if by talking about my writing process I am exposing myself to you, then I hope…

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4 thoughts on “Guest Blog Post: Step-by-Step Story Writing Tips by Austin L. Wiggins

  1. I like the way Austin described preparation as “taking two concepts and smashing them together with as much force as possible to see what remains of those two entities.”😊

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