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From Guest Blogger Lucas Cappel| In a perfect world, writers would always get the chance to write about topics that they are knowledgeable and fascinated with. But it does not often work like that. As a writer, you are bound to find yourself writing on topics you are unfamiliar with or issues that are less […]
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From Guest Blogger Amanda Johnson| Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, Charlotte Bronte were some of the greatest novelists of all times. We all admire stories they brought to life. These stories will never grow old. Classic novelists made our lives brighter and gave us inspiration and lessons to learn from. “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by […]
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From Guest Blogger Stephanie Heijkoop| Your job as a writer is to enthrall the reader so much that they forget that you’re pulling the strings. You want to draw them into your world as if it is really happening. Unfortunately, when your story is riddled with coincidences, the reader is likely to stop and wonder […]
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From Guest Blogger Ellen Royce| Sharp writing skills come from continuous practicing and commitment. Nobody is born an excellent writer but with hard work and determination, anybody can turn out to be a great writer. There are many reasons for wanting to improve your writing skills. One of the main reasons is because one is […]
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From Guest Blogger Anna Ryan| Sometimes, when you perch yourself at your desk, open a blank word document and stare at it for an hour with no fantastic, new, great ideas popping up in your brain, your motivation and inspiration feel like they have taken a thrashing. Or, if you're a pen and paper writer […]
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From Guest Blogger Donald Fomby | What is the purpose of your writer's blog or author website? Hopefully, it is to craft amazing posts that people want to come and read and share with others. And you may indeed be crafting those great reads – articles, self-improvement, inspiring topics, and letting readers get to know […]
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From Guest Blogger, Lily Kaligian: Inspiration is always one of the hardest things for a writer to find. Even if you have it, it can often slip through your fingers just at the moment that you sit down to write. Here are some great places where you can search for inspiration, in order to ensure […]
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From Guest Blogger Arielle Contreras: When you work on something you love, you never really work a day. Or at least, that’s some variation of the famous quote. It’s what inspires so many of us to decide to write a novel. What they don’t warn you about is that sometimes when you turn a passion […]
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From Global English Editing: Good news for booklovers: your reading habit will help you live a longer, healthier, happier life. How? Here’s one example: Studies have demonstrated that reading can stave off Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, and other forms of cognitive decline as you grow older. Readers are 2.5 times less likely to develop Alzheimer’s. After […]
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From Guest Author Kyle Prue | I wrote The Sparks when I was just 16 years old. My parents had taken away the internet, TV, and cell phones for the summer.  They called it “Summer Unplugged.”  Leave it to a couple of MBA parents to try and brand their latest idea for my siblings and I.  We were […]
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