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Dean Gloster Jul 13
Write your story. Write your novel. Write your truth. It's 2019. That's better than screaming into a paper bag. Do it.
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Cheryl Sterling Jul 14
10 Top Tips For Moving A Plot Forward -|
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the writing blog Jul 18
Don’t try to write like someone else. We already have Rowling and Tolkien and Austen. We don’t have you. Have your own voice and make it loud.
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Anne Brooke Books Jul 17
"Write the Damn Book!" - Mark David Gerson
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Jennifer Bene Jul 15
"Writing is a process, a journey into memory and the soul." - Isabel Allende
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Fragments of Riversong Jul 18
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Marissa Byfield 🌕 Jul 17
Hey new followers, welcome to following me, a potato. I write about werewolves and tweet about 🖊 📚 books 🎨 visual art 💜 love/sex/relationships ♾ intersectionality ✊ resistance 🐺 furry culture 🔮 witchcraft 🆒️ weird and funny stuff Nice to meet you!
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Robert L. Fouch 12h
Awesome writing tip #3: Editing is for suckers. Your first draft is perfect! Stick that baby on an e-mail and send it to your dream agent. Don’t even bother with a query letter. “You’re welcome” in the header should suffice. They’ll respect the confidence.
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HeyJamie Writes👩🏻‍💻 16h
I love this. Write with intention. Make the details matter. Set it up, pay it off.
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Emma Beeby Jul 18
My tried and tested professional writer’s story development process: 1. Have idea. 2. Start to see its potential intertwined storylines and flawed characters and go to sit down and sketch it out and... 3. No. Stop everything. Ahem. 1. Buy the PERFECT NOTEBOOK.
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Nicholas Reicher 11h
Vivid words… “blood tinged vision, a hammering in his ears, feet finding their purchase on the floor…” Conjures pictures, doesn’t it?
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DanLawleyAuthor 6h
One can never underestimate the true value of somebody with a keen eye editing your work!
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Robert McKee 21h
The 2 most powerful scenes in a story are the last 2 act climaxes. They cannot repeat the same charge - e.g. Positive-positive
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Jennifer Bene 12h
“It is the journey that matters in the end.” - Ursula K Leguin
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Nicholas Reicher 23h
No YouTube tonight! Write your novel!
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Genevieve Iseult Eldredge Jul 20
I'll take "relatable" over "likable" any day of the week
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Rebecca F. Kuang THE DRAGON REPUBLIC OUT AUGUST 6! Jul 19
: If you never open the Scrivener file it can’t hurt u
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Masooma | Content Writer Jul 16
Remove crutch words from your writing. ✍️ These are words that you rely on unintentionally so they slip into your writing now and then. Mine are: 👉 Essentially 👉 The fact of the matter 👉 Really What’re ur crutch words?
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Teuta Metra Jul 19
“Read, read, read. Read everything -- trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You'll absorb it. Then write.” - William Faulkner
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Harbinger451 Jul 21
"Don’t start your book with a character waking up." I hear this all the time & I agree it should be avoided. Having said that, each book in my Phantasmagoriad trilogy starts with someone being woken up suddenly ... so what do I know?
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