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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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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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oak antony Jul 11
from class tonight. 🌙✨ "Your only rule: don't lose the reader." "Don't throw anything away. Put in the dump file." "We don't write and avoid life. Because we write about life." "Make an appointment with yourself and keep it like you'd keep it with a friend."
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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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InkedIn Jul 11
‘Paper has more patience than people.’
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EtheringtonBrothers Jul 16
Here's my How to think when you WRITE BACKSTORY tutorial part ONE. If you missed LAST WEEK'S announcement, How to Think When You WRITE, the book, is coming to Kickstarter this October!
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Booktasters Authors Jul 18
“One changes, as a writer, fairly quickly; what you wrote six months or a year ago might not sound right anymore.” ― Keith Gessen
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April Dávila Jul 11
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Jennifer Bene Jul 13
I'm a writer. If my friends don't like that, I will write some new friends.
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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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MD Anderson Library Jul 17
Short words are often more effective than long ones in scientific writing. Our scientific editors recommend being brief instead of grandiloquent whenever possible. Check out a few examples below.
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Robert McKee Jul 19
All fine stories flux with the rhythm of life.
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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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Robert McKee Jul 11
We may make the audience cry or laugh, but above all, we make it wait.
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Nicholas Reicher Jul 19
It’s really important to develop the habit of finishing all your novels, whether good or bad - you create a mindset of FINISHING, not STARTING!
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Katie *Your Writer Big Sister* Masters Jul 17
HERE'S SOME WRITER BIG SISTER TRUTHS - You're worth it - Yes. YOU. - You're not a crappy writer - Yes you'll need to edit - YES WRITING IS HARD - Yes it's worth it - Yes you'll need thick skin - Yes you can do this
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Angela Hoy Jul 19
IS AMAZON REJECTING BOOK REVIEWS FROM YOUR READERS? We Found a Work-Around! by Angela Hoy
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