[Revision Fairy] Find me on YouTube

Hi there,

Thanks for signing up to get email notes from me.

I’ve been sending out writing prompts for a few years now and the time has come to retire this feature from my website.

Even though I’ll still send out email updates occasionally, I’m focusing on the Revision Fairy YouTube channel going forward.

I publish writing advice videos on YouTube every Wednesday, so if you’d like to get content from me regularly, you can subscribe at the link below.

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Pithy writing advice that helps you become a more confident, prolific writer.

A TED Talk meets spoken word, every Wednesday.

https://www.youtube.com/user/RevisionFairy/

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That’s it — just a quick heads up to let you know what to expect from me.

If you stay tuned to the Revision Fairy YouTube channel, I look forward to continuing to evolve and grow as writers together.

Happy New Year!

With gratitude,
Stefanie

[Revision Fairy] Great Writing in 7 Hours (Exercise)

7 Hours

Start writing now …
  • If you had 7 hours to do anything you want to do, what would you do?
  • Is it possible for you to schedule 7 hours of free time in the near future?
  • What amount of free time could you schedule?
If you’d like to spend your 7 hours writing and editing a great piece of content to share with your audience, check out this exercise on the Revision Fairy YouTube channel.

It’s a sped-up version of the 24-hour rule that helps you polish your text with fresh eyes.

[Revision Fairy] The Right Time to Be Self-Deprecating

Befriend an Insecurity

Start writing now …
  • Are you willing to accept and transform one of your insecurities?
  • How do insecurities show up in your writing?
  • Is there a way to improve when you notice an insecurity might be weakening your work?

For more on this topic, check out The Right Time to Be Self-Deprecating in your writing on the Revision Fairy YouTube channel.

[Revision Fairy] Why Readers Leave and Never Come Back

Goodbye

Start writing now …
  • What makes you lose interest when reading an article?
  • Will you still follow the author’s work?
  • How do you avoid the same mistakes in your own writing?
Discover one reason why readers leave and never come back in this quick video on the Revision Fairy YouTube channel.