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Michael J (working on more 📚) Melville Jan 20
Last year, I wrote an article: "Then & Now: Ten Years of Writing Books"
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Penny Blake Jan 14
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Cam Blackwell, Lord of Lions and Loins Jan 14
Wednesday is coming. What WIP are you planning to work on? Me? I'm going to finish editing Episodes 10-12 of Heroes of Lunde.
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Southern Fried Karma Jan 15
A new year seems like a great time for a new hashtag. Happy , everyone! Writers—what are you working on today? Personally, I’m working on the last section of my MFA thesis (a sci-fi novel).
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Audrey Wilson Jan 15
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Bea J. Syer Jan 15
New blog post all about outlining for ! And I might mention a new project too....
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FriesenPress Jan 15
No reader wants to linger in the idle chit chat of characters or see exactly how everything plays out. Begin near the excitement and end with suspense.
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AV Writing Services Jan 15
A blogging strategy is not a “set it and forget it” kind of endeavor.
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SchoolTutoring.com Jan 15
How would you use oneiric in a sentence?
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Covenant Library Jan 15
Want to jumpstart your research and writing this semester? A template that focuses your parameters and identifies the significance of your work can help! From The Scribe Writing Center.
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AuthorTashaHutchison Jan 15
Allow your characters to hit rock bottom because that’s where all the magic happens! Good morning ☀️ . . . . . .
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WAP Jan 15
Looking to share your writing beyond academia? This article offers some ideas for how to do that:
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Sarah Selecky Writing School Jan 15
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Polly Kotowski Jan 15
: Maybe every crack and crevice holds a bigger purpose. They are badges-some of the trauma, some of the golden hours of wonder you’ve had. Each line drawn to make up the self-portrait you didn’t know you were painting.
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Erin Jourdan Jan 15
Hoping the muses are visiting you this :)
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Debbie D Dodson, DISC Certified Jan 15
✍🏼 It’s all about the 1st paragraph--make it good. The 1st paragraph determines the fate of the rest of your content.
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Wilko van de Kamp Jan 15
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Creative Windmill Fine Art Travel Photography Jan 15
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Hugh O. Smith Jan 15
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l m dee Jan 15
Happy ! Today's piece is about and choosing something less self-tortuous with more
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