How to Build a Summer Writing Routine in 4 Simple Steps
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by Hunter
5M ago
When the weather turns warmer and the days get longer, many of us start to daydream about the possibility of making serious progress on our writing projects. Whether you have some time away from work or study, or simply make use of the extra daylight to extend your writing time, there’s no denying the potential ..read more
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Book Licensing: 10 Crucial Tips If You’re Considering Selling Your Rights
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by Tom Chalmers
11M ago
You’re delighted that your self-published book is selling well. But what if I told you that no matter how good your sales, you’re still leaving stacks of cash on the table? You might not believe me. But think of your book – on bookshelves around the world. And why only bookshelves? Your writing can sell on ..read more
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Is It Too Late to Start Writing?
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by Hunter
1y ago
Perhaps you’ve always wanted to be a writer but haven’t made it happen yet.  There are so many reasons why you might not have made the leap from aspiring to write to actually starting to do it yet. Maybe you doubt whether you’re good enough. Maybe writing has never seemed like an important enough priority ..read more
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Why Is Writing So Hard? (And What to Do About It)
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by Guest
1y ago
Do you ever find yourself asking why is writing so hard? When people picture the working process of a writer, they often picture a carefree, fun, and creative situation.  Perhaps that’s how you imagined being a writer would be. Often, our earliest experiences with writing lead to us discovering we enjoy writing or have a ..read more
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Rising Action in a Story (Or, Why Your WIP Might Suck)
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by Gloria Russell
1y ago
Have you ever told somebody that you started a book but you just couldn’t get into it? Have you ever picked up a book and struggled through the first page, the first chapter, even the first half, only to stop reading entirely? You may even have a bookshelf dedicated to books that you just never ..read more
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Exposition in a Story: Why You Need to Get It Right
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by Gloria Russell
1y ago
Has anyone ever told you that your story was good, but included too much info-dumping?  Or maybe you’ve read a fantasy novel and found yourself unable to get through the first chapter because, no matter how hard you tried to pay attention, you couldn’t get past the textbook-like description of the worlds and characters.  Exposition ..read more
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What Is the Climax of a Story?
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by Gloria Russell
1y ago
Have you ever noticed that once you get about three-quarters into a book, you have to finish it?  That’s because you’ve likely run into the climax. And when the climax of a book is good, it becomes impossible to put down. Learning to write a compelling climax will enormously improve your story—a bad climax can ..read more
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28 Figure Of Speech Examples
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by Sarah Rexford
1y ago
Storytelling is a different kind of writing. Often, voice trumps grammar. Of course, your writing needs to be easily understood by the reader, but it’s crucial that the voice of your writing is strong.  Whether you write fiction or nonfiction, both genres employ storytelling techniques. Both use voice. And sometimes, both genres also use figures ..read more
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How to Get Ideas for Writing (15 Simple Tips)
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by Mary Jaksch
1y ago
Do you want to learn how to find topics to write about? Do you ever sit down to write a blog post, article or chapter,  and nothing, but nothing appears in your mind? This is the dreaded writer’s block. The good news is that if you use the following 15 tips, you will generate more ..read more
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What Genre Is My Book? (4 Simple & Easy Ways To Choose!)
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by Cathy Yardley
1y ago
Of all the questions to ask as an author, have you ever found yourself pondering “what genre is my book”? Maybe you want to sell to a traditional publisher through an agent. Or would you rather sell directly to readers through self-publishing? No matter which route you choose, your ability to pick the right genre ..read more
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