Author Archives: Stephanie Cage

About Stephanie Cage

I am a writer and coach based in Yorkshire, England. I believe there are a many 'right ways' to write as there are writers. The best gift writers can give themselves is the space and support to explore their own 'right way.' That's why, for most writers, coaching is as valuable as, or even more valuable than, traditional 'how-to-write' training. I work with writers to help them become the best writers they can be - whatever that means for them. My own books are 'Desperate Bid', from The Wild Rose Press, and 'Perfect Partners', coming in 2013 from Crimson Publishing.

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This site is no longer active, and in fact I assumed it had long since disappeared from the web until I clicked through by accident from a comment on a friend’s WordPress blog.  So just in case anyone else does … Continue reading

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Loved this piece by Christine Kane – so true!

What’s Easy. What’s Not. by Christine Kane It’s easy to be right. It’s not easy to be kind. It’s easy to hope. It’s not easy to know. It’s easy to be a damsel. It’s not easy to be a heroine. … Continue reading

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The bookshelf trick

Here’s how I helped myself see my book as a real, tangible thing, and the project completed.  As an added bonus, I’m mentally shelving my book alongside works of some of the biggest and best-selling business writers.  Feels good!

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What do you believe about writing?

One of the first ever stories I read about law of attraction involved a writer.  I can’t remember where I first read it – possibly one of Barbara Sher’s books – but it struck me as very bizarre.   Apparently the … Continue reading

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