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It’s a new year and around Dead Darlings headquarters, we are brushing off old things, learning new things, and thinking about a lot of things. We would like to wish everyone a happy new year filled with writing. To get those creative juices flowing, check out some of our favorite posts from December.

Learn Something New

Mark Guerin in How Nothing Helped My Writing discusses what he learned by doing nothing.

Revisit Something Old

In Opening Old Boxes, Michele Ferrari talks of discovering something old to reconnect with one of the more joyous things in her life — her writing.

Find Something to Wear

Sharissa Jones in A Writer’s Guide to Fashion has some excellent advice on what to wear at writer’s cocktail party.

Reconsider Something Novel

When Sarah Colwill-Brown realized just whom she was writing for, she did some rethinking and wrote about it in Writing Dude: How I Did Pandering Wrong.

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