Grant Cardone Review – How Can He Help?
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by P.J McNulty
5d ago
For many authors, one of the most valuable and rewarding investments of their time and money is to purchase courses to grow their knowledge and skill levels. Often, we reach a limit of what we are able to naturally do on our own. Therefore, leveraging the experience of others is sometimes the best way to break through a plateau and take our levels of success further. Sometimes, the courses worth investing in directly relate to an element of writing or the author life directly. Other times, they are less obviously related but just as valuable. There’s every chance you are interested in the skil ..read more
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Types of Character
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by Gloria Russell
5d ago
Whether you’re a writer or an avid reader, learning about the different types of character you encounter in media can help you better analyze that media. Knowing about different types of characters and how they’re used will give you the vocabulary you need to discern what you like, what you don’t, and what you might want to incorporate into your own work. Character Roles Archetypes Characters by Change Character Roles These are types of characters listed by what literary role they serve in the story. These are the types of terms you’ve probably heard of in English class. We often refer to th ..read more
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How AI Writing Software Can Impact Your Writing
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by Omer Redden
6d ago
Guest Post from Darby Rollins. Edited by Omer Redden The written word has been a consistent herald of change at every stage of the cloud’s evolution. This rings true from the beginnings of SEO strategy to brands adapting relatable personas. The value of high-quality content has never changed, only how it’s presented, engineered, and optimized. Establishing a name and reputation is only limited by the tools at your disposal. AI-powered solutions offer new utility in art, customer service, transportation, and more. On that front, AI writing software allows authors, business owners, and entrepren ..read more
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66 Creative Memoir Ideas to Beat Writer’s Block
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by Jackie Pearce
1w ago
Few things beat a gripping memoir that pulls in the reader and tells a fascinating story. However, it can be hard to come up with ideas for a memoir or to think about what to include. This guide will walk you through some memoir ideas so you can beat past writer’s block and start to tell your stories. What Are The Main Parts of A Memoir? While a lot of memoirs are completely different, there are often common threads that bring them together. Some things include: Emotional vulnerability. We read a memoir to understand someone’s perspective and what they went through. If you’re closed off and n ..read more
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Why You Need An Online Writing Community (+3 Main Benefits)
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by Jackie Pearce
2w ago
It’s no secret that writing can be a quiet and lonely career. While it’s great to have some time to think and write, there are many benefits to finding an online writing community. We have more access to people and groups than ever before, and you no longer just need to rely on a local writing group in order to meet people. There are thousands of groups online, both paid and free, that can help you accelerate your career as an author. When you find a community, you not only find people who can help your career, you can find people you enjoy talking to and continue to help each other grow. No m ..read more
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Writing Motivation: How to Inspire and Motivate Yourself to Write + Defeat Your Doubt
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by P.J McNulty
1M ago
Let’s face it – although we wish it were otherwise, much of society looks skeptically at people who choose to pursue writing as a career. For many, the idea of writing for a living, and making good money doing so, is so far outside of their reality that they look down on anyone who wants to do exactly that. Can you say, “demotivating?”  But there are many reasons for this misguided attitude. Many people are conditioned by society to play it safe and pursue a seemingly safe career like a 9-5 office job. Also, their negative viewpoint can be a form of projection. As they are scared to pursu ..read more
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Creative Writing Ultimate Guide
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by Gloria Russell
1M ago
I don’t know about you, but when I start learning a new skill, I want to know everything about it right away. How do I get started? What do I need to get started? How could this new skill transform my life? Being an incessant researcher of new pastimes, I love a good master post. So, I’ve made one today for one of my favorite things in the world: creative writing. I wrote this for people who are just getting into creative writing, but even if you’ve been writing for a while, stay tuned—some of the tricks and resources in this post will be helpful for you, too. What is creative writing? Creati ..read more
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How to Find A Great Literary Agent For Children’s Books
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by Jackie Pearce
1M ago
If you’re looking to publish a children’s book, you’re going to need a specialist agent to help get it done. Finding a literary agent for children’s books is often the key to your success. When you have a specialist literary agent, you will be working with someone who understands how to get your type of book published. It can save you and the agent a ton of time from needing to make connections or navigate a certain niche publishing industry. Anyone looking for a literary agent for children’s books is going to need to know the basics of how to find one, pitch one, and learn why landing a speci ..read more
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How To Get A Literary Agent (+ Pros and Cons to Using One)
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by Sarah Rexford
1M ago
If you are a writer you have probably heard or read somewhere that you need to get a literary agent. Your following question was likely along the lines of, well, how to get a literary agent? What even is one? How do I find one? Why do I need one? Don’t worry, because in this article we answer some common questions around the mystique of agents. The truth is, many writers need a literary agent, and many writers don’t. It’s crucial to find where you fall so you can move forward with confidence. Once you determine what a literary agent is, the benefits, and where to find one, then you can assess ..read more
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17 Unique Gifts for Writers (Ditch the Bookmarks!)
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by Omer Redden
1M ago
So, you’ve been blessed with having a writer in your circle. The friend that carries their notebook everywhere, or the family member who has more story ideas in their Notes app than Shakespeare’s monastery (you get the point!). But each year, you’re still racking your brains on what gift to give them that isn’t so… basic. We’ve got you covered – forget the mugs and bookmarks, we’re taking it up a notch!  Unique Gifts for Writers #1 – AquaNotes – The Waterproof Notepad – $11.90 They say the best stories and scenarios come to us in the shower, right? But then we jump out, carry on with our ..read more
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