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James Schlate 🇺🇸🇵🇹🇬🇧 Sep 15
What genres are your WIP in? and comment, retweet and like! My WIP is a fantasy fiction and I am doing a rewrite.
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Jon Winokur Sep 13
In my experience, distinct comes from distinct motivations. If you know what your want—really want—every time they speak, the dialogue will often become unique, personal, and identifiable. DEBORAH BIANCOTTI
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Nick Westerman Sep 16
The Testaments: The Sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood US: UK:
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D.M. (the writer) Sep 16
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Mark Kuglin Sep 12
I have work in the following Clarendon House Anthologies: Rapture--"Bill's Past Due" Flashpoint--"Same Players, Different Teams"
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Novelicious 23h
is a solitary occupation but not really a lonely one. The writer’s head is mobbed with , images and language. HILMA WOLITZER Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
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Whimsy Readings 7m
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Jessica Norrie 22h
Stop 2 on my Thankyou TheMagicofWor(l)ds_BE
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Douglas W. Farnell Sep 12
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Mackenzie Littledale Sep 16
Hello writers I'll be querying soon. I'm curious if any writers go to the trouble of having their manuscript line edited and critiqued for querying and pitching, or are you confident in your writing and proofreading skill?
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🐰🍊 Sep 13
𝘾𝙊𝙐𝙋𝙇𝙀𝙎 𝘿𝘼𝙍𝙀 a Bobby x Jinhwan fiction It's Jiwon's 24th birthday, and his best friend Jinhwan helps him to prepare for his party. ⁽ⁱᵗ'ˢ ᵗʰᵉ ˢʷⁱᵐᵐⁱⁿᵍ ᵖᵒᵒˡ ᴬᵁ⁾
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AM I LIE ❔ Sep 14
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Jon Winokur Sep 14
The real rule, at some level, looks to be Don’t write what you know; write about what you care about. CAROLYN SEE
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Victoria George Sep 16
Characters have feelings too.
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Nick Westerman 16h
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Jon Winokur 19h
I didn’t write with a target audience in mind. What excited me was how much I would enjoy about Harry. I never thought about writing for — children’s books chose me. I think if it is a good book anyone will read it. J.K. ROWLING
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Jon Winokur 21h
I know the beginning and the end. Then it gets fuzzy, and things drop in and out. COLSON WHITEHEAD
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Josie Kirkwood Sep 16
I am 39% Ravenclaw 25% Gryffindor 20% Hufflepuff 16% Slytherin. But 100% Nerd. Married 2 another nerd! ! 😍bird/nature photography-no real camera yet! 👇 ❤Research & uni! 🤓 Aspiring author
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Raymond Norman Sep 16
'’s A Mentor and Her Muse is a compelling story well told, both a riveting psychological study and an accomplished work of literary fiction. Highly recommended.'
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Author JLMcCarthy Sep 16
Some of my takes place in North Florida. Come ready. 📚📚📚 Find ARRIVE ALIVE on Amazon.
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