Southern Writers: Three Ways to Muzzle Your Internal Editor

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Author Connie Mann


Author Connie Mann

Working to Muzzle my Internal Editor while in Denmark, 2011

I am very excited to be a guest blogger today on Southern Writers Magazine: Suite T.

We’re talking about Three Ways to Muzzle Your Internal Editor and I hope you’ll stop by to say hello and hopefully, find another tool or tip for your writing toolbox.

Here’s a brief preview:

Has this ever happened to you? You’re hunched over the keyboard, fingers flying as you picture the scene unfolding in your mind’s eye and then, wham. Your internal editor pipes up with, “Uh, are you sure that’s the word you want to use right there? I don’t know. How about a different one?”

Just like that, creativity screeches to a dead stop.

To keep reading Three Ways to Muzzle Your Internal Editor, just click on the link.

I’d love to hear your tips and strategies to muzzle your internal editor, too!

Have a fabulous day!

Many thanks to all who offered encouragement on my recent techno issues. I am *mostly* back up and running, emails are slowly trickling in (so if you emailed me and I didn’t respond, please resend!), and I’m trying to get through the new computer learning curve with a minimum of griping and whining. I will get there.  <Grin>

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