Posted on 09/30/2021 at 09:59 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
For an author, a personal journal can be far more than a place to unload emotions or record significant moments.
It can be a professional development tool, so to speak, says book coach and author Lisa Tener.
Whether the process of writing allows you to simply unblock your creativity, provides useful material in the way of dialogue or setting detail, or gives you room to explore character motivations, having a journal on hand can benefit your fiction greatly.
Tener shares ten ways to tap your journal for better fiction in a guest post for C.S. Lakin’s Live Write Thrive blog.
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