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The Albatross Project: Completing What You Start 7/27/09

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The Albatross Project: Completing What You Start 7/27/09

Postby Writetrack » Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:58 pm

Q: I'm in the middle of writing a novel and can't seem to find the motivation to finish. I have an outline and half of it written. I took a break from it and now can't get going again. What can I do to reclaim inspiration and motivation?

Sound familiar? It certainly does to me! I often lack motivation, or maybe due to the busyness of life and other various writing assignments, I lose the inspiration I need to take a project from beginning to end.

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