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Writing / Research Tip Tuesday #26

Need some motivation to meet your daily writing goals?  Try Write or Die by Dr. Wicked.  Choose a consequence level and start typing away.  Just don't stop for too long!  Read about the application and how it works here

When you're done playing with that, please send in a tip!.  I've run out again. Happy Tuesday!

12 comments:

  1. Ha! I bought it! Thanks for the tip.

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  2. Oh my gosh, how funny and scary. I'll stick to the life of a slacker for now.

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  3. Let me know if you like the desktop version better than the free online one, Patience-please!

    Haha, Jon. Chicken! No Kamikaze for you? You don't want to risk having your words erased? : p

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  4. Wouldn't an electro-shock be counter productive? I mean, if my fingers are electrocuted then how in the heck am I going to type???

    No way, no how, I'll just stick to the honor system of meeting my writing goals.

    S

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  5. I've heard of this, but it's not for me. I tend to spend a lot of time staring at the screen, but my butt stays in the chair, and that's good enough for me.

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  6. Excellent tip! I've tried Write or Die and actually liked it.

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  7. One of my crit partners uses it -- I'm too terrified of the erasing your ms part!

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  8. Write or Die is an absolute Godsend when I'm stuck for words. Can't get distracted by Twitter or blogs when you're doing it, that's for sure!

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  9. You don't have to always use the Kamikaze mode that deletes your words if you're stagnating. There are other modes that are gentler, and just give you a warning (an unpleasant noise) when you're taking too long. I nearly died when it was Oom-Bop by the Hansens once. :)

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  10. Adore the new pic!!

    Well done!

    Shelley

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  11. Too clever! And I love the new pic of you.

    I'll see what I can think of for tips :)

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