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Writing Hacks. Are they helpful or hurtful? I, for one, have never cared for the word hack in this instance because it makes it sound like you are potentially BS-ing your way through your writing goals, thus leaving your integrity at the door. I’ve also never really understood the entire “hacking” trend because in so many instances they are just using the word hack in place of the words tip or advice. However, with all that being said, we’ll say that hacking is a good thing for our purposes today because it helped me find some new techniques for novel writing that I couldn’t have found any other way. So, here are my top five writing “hacks” for the week (the titles are pretty self-explanatory):

 

#1: Top 5 Writing Hacks to Distract You from the Nightmare of Your Daily Life

#2: Writing Hacks – Using A Bulletin Board

#3: The Hack’s Guide to Writing while the Kids are at Home

#4: Meal Planning Hacks to Maximize Your Writing Time

#5: The Hack’s Guide to Writing During a Pandemic

 

Happy week and happy writing to you all.

 

Until next time,

Kara

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