Spring Training for Your Writing: Part 5

Here we are, the last post in my writing series!

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If you missed any of the posts, click below:

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Now, let’s wrap this puppy up!

What’s next?

Now that you’ve brainstormed ideas, made an outline, wrote a draft, and edited your writing, now is the time to figure out what you want to do with it. Will you submit it to literary places, or will you keep it tucked inside as a reference?

The same goes for baseball managers as spring training comes to a close. They have to figure out which players are worthy of starting the season in the majors, or if they need a few more improvements in the minor leagues. They are building a roster to win.

So, if you feel confident that this piece you worked on for the entire month should be read by everyone, then go ahead and submit it to companies. Freedom with Writing is one of many places that let you know where you can send your writing to, and it’s one I receive their weekly newsletter with a lot of great writing information also.

But if you just wanted to practice getting your writing on the page, then keep it in a safe place and know you accomplished something.

I hope you enjoyed this weekly series. I plan on doing more of these if there is interest. If you are looking for something that gives you action steps every day, then be on the lookout for my eBook coming out in April. Sign up here to know when it will be out, and get a free copy of it!

That’s all now. See you in April. I’ll be working on my book reviews, with a baseball twist. Look out for that soon!


What was the most important thing you got out of this series? Was there something you were looking for that I didn’t talk about? Leave a comment below!

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