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Jolene Roehlkepartain Oct 17
What are your dreams? Incorporate them into your writing.
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Sue Moorcroft Author πŸ“š Oct 13
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Jolene Roehlkepartain 4h
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Amy Johansson Oct 17
Writer's tip of the day🌺
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π˜’π˜ͺ𝘒 // 𝘸𝘦π˜ͺ𝘺π˜ͺ𝘯𝘨'𝘴 𝘡π˜ͺ𝘒𝘯𝘻π˜ͺ 𝘹π˜ͺ𝘒𝘰 14h
this is boring~ any tips for fine handwriting?
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Marjorie B. Hill Oct 12
This prolific editor and author Terry Whalin () doesn't follow some common advice. Get the details here:
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Teuta Metra 20h
β€œBy writing at the instant, the very heartbeat of life is caught.”- Walt Whitman
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Spell Out Marketing Oct 16
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Darling Axe Editing Oct 15
Writer Brain versus Reader Brain "The writer’s version of a home run comes when the reader is so deeply submerged in a scene that the world around them disappears."
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Patricia Bradley Oct 15
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Jolene Roehlkepartain 24h
How are you getting awayβ€”by not getting away? Here’s how I’m taking a vacation this year:
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Lee Hall Oct 18
Motive and Emotion. They should ultimately govern everything in our writing. Consider them 'the force' of storytelling. Why are we doing this? What should both characters and readers feel on this journey?
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Susan Harrow Oct 16
Clever ways to make your book appealing to the media
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B.A. Durham β“‹ Oct 15
I took these pictures in Cambodia. Shifting our perspective slightly can reveal our presumptions, and expose flaws in the logic in our narratives. What looks like a monk praying in solitude is really a man on his phone near foot traffic.
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Anca Antoci writes books waiting for πŸŽƒπŸ‘» Oct 16
, what is your biggest weakness as an author? Mine is show don't tell, but I'm working on it. I found this post that seems particularly helpful and I thought I might share.
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Jan Marshall Oct 13
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Susan Harrow Oct 18
Thinking about making your book a bestseller. Prepare to be inspired
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Susan Harrow 19h
A simple thing Jack Canfield did which helped him launch his first bestseller
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Jolene Roehlkepartain Oct 18
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Darling Axe Editing Oct 16
When the perspective shifts without warning, readers will notice. It amounts to a β€œPOV contract violation”, and is often referred to as head-hopping.
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