3. Workshops and Masterclasses
It doesn't matter how much or how little you've written to date - there's always something to learn.
Someone will always put a different 'spin' on a problem you might be encountering, or show you how to apply a technique you haven't tried before, and suddenly that light bulb will switch on over your head and you'll be tearing through the words again.
You'll get a lot of the above from an online group as well, so if you're based in a remote location, take a look around, join a specific Facebook/Google+ group or blog, and introduce yourself.
And if you live in a town where there isn't a local writers centre, why not approach your local library and start one there? You'll probably discover you're not alone.
What do you think? Do you have a writers centre you can access, or are you thinking about starting one? What do you enjoy about the writers centre (or group) you belong to?
Feel free to put a link to your writing group in the comments below.
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