Writing Tips: 5 Ways to Quiet Your Inner Editor – by Heidi Fiedler…

on The Creative Penn:

Every creative person, including authors, deals with an internal critic. Children’s book writer and editor Heidi Fiedler shares five ways we can continue being creative even when our inner editor is trying to get the upper hand.

We all have that voice in our heads, the one that says, “Careful now. That probably won’t work. We need to get it perfect. Perfect means no one can criticize you. Perfect means safe. So maybe you should just wait to write until you know you can get it perfect. Maybe you’ll be ready in twenty years? Maybe then you’ll finally be able to get it right.”

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