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Dixon Reuel Sep 13
Don't forget your senses when you're ! Burn that bougie candle! Listen to that music that speaks to your bones! Wrap yourself in fluffy blankets. Be warm. Let your senses conjure. Get out of your own way.
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SJ ✨ Sep 13
Also, here's a pro for you: πŸ‘‡ End your writing sessions in the middle of the sentence. Doing this makes it easier for you to pick up where you left off the next day. I started doing this, and it really does work wonders. Give it a try!
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IamM Sep 13
write out of order
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Writing Class Radio Sep 13
This week's is to write like you speak. It's all about authenticity and staying true to yourself. If you don't normally use fancy words when you speak, don't use them in your writing.
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Beth Barany Sep 13
Spark Five: Escape Into your Art
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Carlos Viola Sep 14
β€œGreen in nature is one thing, green in literature another. Nature and letters seem to have a natural antipathy; bring them together and they tear each other to pieces.”
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Jon Winokur Sep 13
It’s a craft. It’s teachable. PETE HAMILL
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Nadya is falling down the plot hole Sep 13
Found this online. Sounds true...but not for a Friday night
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fUZZyeet Sep 10
: If you cringe at your own work, that means you've improved
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Jon Winokur Sep 9
Never use abstract nouns when concrete ones will do. If you mean β€œMore people died” don’t say β€œMortality rose.” C.S. LEWIS
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Fay Thompson Sep 8
Here's the thing, publishing is a 'business' while writing is a creative art form. Likely you are better at one end than the other, can you pay to cover your weak areas with expert help? We have to be pragmatic about delivering our art to our audience, paid or unpaid.
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TheWritersAlly 17h
Plot isn't about action. It's about reaction.
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Holywa Sep 12
: it is easier to write about myself and my life in English than in French. Who would have guess? Maybe I should gave it a shot for my short stories too...
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Magnum Proofreading Sep 13
Today's article covers the preposition.
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Beth Barany Sep 13
10 Ways to Inspire Your Fiction
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Beth Barany Sep 13
6 Types of Writer Pain and How To Resolve Them (Part 2)
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πŸ“š Troy Berlin β˜•οΈ Sep 11
Has anyone ever made a book trailer? If so, was it worth doing? If not, would you consider ever doing one?
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Beth Barany Sep 13
Spark Seven: Passion: The Passion for Writing
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Beth Barany Sep 13
Spark Six: Balancing Your Art and Body
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K J Waters Author of Breathtaking Original Fiction Sep 10
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