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#WriterWednesday: Top 10 Tweets of the Week

Whether you’re battling self-doubt (“What if I never have a story/article idea as good as the last one EVER AGAIN?”) trudging your way through a first draft (or 50th) or cultivating motivation to sit at the keyboard, you’re not the only one. In honor of #WriterWednesday, we’ve culled our favorite tweets of the week to inspire, encourage, and get those words flowing.

1. It's worth it.

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2. Putting yourself out there is necessary.

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3. It's a process.

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4. Be original.

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5. An immediate hook will pull readers in—and keep them reading.

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6. You can do it.

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7. Keep trying.

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8. Every writing struggle is creating a better finished piece.

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9. Only YOU can tell the story you want to tell.

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10. And sometimes...

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Baihley Grandison is the assistant editor of Writer's Digest and a freelance writer. Follow her on Twitter @baihleyg, where she mostly tweets about writing (Team Oxford Comma!), food (HUMMUS FOR PRESIDENT, PEOPLE), and Random Conversations With Her Mother.

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