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Nan & Biff Barnes 34m
Strive for Excellence: Use What You Learn on Writers In The Storm
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Leila Howl 7h
This has been bugging me, because it's so common: incorrect use of science in poetry is as lazy as scientists writing incomprehensible articles. Arguing poetic license over educating yourself does not make your weak metaphor any stronger.
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Jay Hinton Jul 10
I’m going to save this - to explain to collaborators & co-authors about making the text “sing”!
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Pensive Pelican 30m
I feel like I’ve been getting into a bit of a rut with my morning pages. Thought I would mix it up a bit this morning. . . . . 📚📚📚📚 . . . .
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Cheryl Sterling 56m
28 Resources, Tools and Tips for Self-Publishing Your Next Book |
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Katie *Your Writer Big Sister* Masters Aug 14
STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING Look around you Breath in You won't be here again This place, this moment It won't last Breath out This is only a moment in a bigger scheme You're going places Breath in This is only a moment Breath out
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Greg van Eekhout Jun 28
Today's writing advice: Write some stuff today.
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Rebecca Alasdair 9h
, what are the pieces that you wilfully ignore? Come and join the discussion on my blog, where I reveal four common writing "tips" that I choose not to follow!!
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Chris Beckett 40m
ON WRITING: keeping your characters in character.
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A.J. Spencer Aug 22
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The Walrus Aug 17
Douglas Glover's "The Power of a Good Sentence" contains great advice on how to craft effective, complex and even intriguing sentences.
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Katie *Your Writer Big Sister* Masters Jul 31
Dear , Sometimes your best is not having a panic attack, or losing your temper, or breaking down. Sometimes your best is finding a moment of peace. If you're alive, you're doing great. Everything else is a bonus.
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Ash Jul 30
I recently started writing again. I'd like to set a daily word count goal rather than a goal on an amount of time. Do any of you all have any advice you'd mind sharing with me?
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Cheryl Sterling 14h
How I Wrote And Published An eBook In 45 Days |
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Cheryl Sterling 5h
Five Mistakes New Writers Make (Paperback Kingdom) |
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Cheryl Sterling 17h
Writing your first novel? Don't fall for these mistakes! |
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ChiZine Publications Jul 11
Once again, Gabino tells it like it is.
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bruja of the south 🖤 Jul 11
ATTENTION: i've got quite a few requests before so i'm now open to giving if you have any questions you'd like to ask me! DISCLAIMER: YMMV & so does mine. i'm not an expert but i think i RiTe kiNdA gUd meBbe 🧐 first installment available:
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Roxanne Smolen 21h
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King Copywriting 6h
✒✒Copywriting tip of the day: Keep things flowing, as if you're having a conversation. Use words like And and Because. Read it back. Do you stutter at any point? If so, you likely need to rewrite.✒✒
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