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3 Advantages to Writing with Friends  (Writing, )
 <p>Writing is a lonely pursuit. And, if you’re like me, you enjoy being alone with just your thoughts and your manuscript. But, writing in solitude can have its drawbacks. Other writers are valuable resources, and sharing your work with them</p>

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Alone, just me and God.

Posted by: Amanda Maree Wilson Hagerman (hagerman_amanda@yahoo.com) on 05/15/2012

Writing with friends is key if I want to get out of a writing slump. Writer&apos;s block doesn&apos;t stick around so long when I&apos;m around friends!

Posted by: Jodi Bradley (jlbradley@authorsolutions.com) on 05/15/2012

I love both! There are days when writing in solitude is therapeutic, especially when I&apos;m in a pensive mood. However, for the past 6 months my best friend, husband, and I have been writing together and it&apos;s been so much fun. It&apos;s really challenged me in many ways, and has helped me grow as a writer.

Posted by: Denise Dilley (kisstherain25@yahoo.com) on 05/15/2012

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