I write quickly, easily and well.
I am eager to get to my desk, knowing that when I get there I will immediately begin to write.
The minute I start writing, the thoughts begin to flow.
Readers are standing by, eager to receive my work.
I write interesting, exciting stories that hold a reader's attention.
I welcome the reader to enjoy my work.
Writing is part of the natural flow of my life.
I see myself in a bookstore, signing copies of my new best-seller.
Editors are happy to get my work. They tell me it is excellent and well written, and they're willing to pay top dollar for it.
I feel free when I write.
I am free to write what I please, in a style that's all my own.
I have more fresh ideas than I know what to do with.
I write with confidence.
I've been asked to do a public reading of my work. I read in a strong, clear voice. The audience loves it and I enjoy every minute of their applause.
I write with the full support of friends and family. Even those who sometimes seem reluctant are, on an inner level, very pleased with what I do.
I am sitting quietly, getting ready to write. I listen to my heart. It tells me what to write. I write in a strong, clear voice.
I thoroughly enjoy being a writer.
Damn, I'm good!
Handy Lists and Crib Sheets
- On Craft: Beginners
- On Craft: Writing Scenes
- Participating in Critique Sessions
- Snappy Introductions
- Critique List
- 101 Ways You Can Use Your Writing Talent
- 30 Things to Write in Thirty Minutes
- Manuscript Lengths
- Sample Format for Query or Cover Letter
- Sample Manuscript Format
- Tips for Public Readings
- Writers' Affirmations