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Have you ever wished you could write a story so compelling that it would affect people for generations? Please time travel with me to an ..read more
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This series of articles discusses writing habits that upset editors. Here’s article #6. Do you see the problem? Introduction to excerpt: ..read more
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This is a brief note to let everyone know that Volume 1 eBook versions of The Writer’s Lexicon are $3 off until November 8, just in time ..read more
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I occasionally interact with writers who say that Wikipedia was their source for a blog post, story, social media update, etc. And I ..read more
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Listicles sometimes appear in fiction, especially flash fiction and short stories. Listicle: an article or piece of fiction that presents a ..read more
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Here’s the fifth in a series of articles about so-called writing rules. “Proper words in proper places make the true definition of ..read more
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Author interviews often come across as boring “buy my book” posts. Try this approach to create a fresh article that people will ..read more
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Here’s the fourth in a series of articles about so-called writing rules. Many rules have a basis in reason, while others seem as though ..read more
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This series of articles discusses writing habits that upset editors. Here’s article #5. Do you see the problem? Introduction to excerpt: ..read more
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It’s late. You’re tired. But your subconscious wants to wander. You wrestle with it and think you’ve corralled the annoying little ..read more

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