Posted on 04/13/2022 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

We've encountered several writing advice posts that focus on the author's emotions, both for the sake of the story and for the sake of them getting some darn words down on the page.

On the craft side, we have editor Kris Spisak describing how to tap your memories for emotional truths in writing, sharing four strategies for using what you know to write real relationships, and talking about how writing from her own experiences shaped her debut novel, all at Writer's Digest.

On the motivational side, we have author Radhika Sanghani discussing how to love writing a book (even when it's not coming easy) on Writer's Digest.

At Writer Unboxed, we have author Matthew Norman considering what the Beatles can teach us about the difficulties of art, author Leslie Budewitz on not allowing discomfort to stop you from writing, and author Julie Duffy summarizing lessons from a writing conference on how to find the fun in the craft.

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