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thewritepractice.com Dec 11
Your holiday prompt: Write about a holiday on an alien planet. What holiday does your alien civilization celebrate, and why?
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thewritepractice.com Dec 11
Holiday Prompt: Build Your Own Alien Holiday
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thewritepractice.com Dec 10
“Read poetry every day of your life. Poetry is good because it flexes muscles you don’t use often enough. Poetry expands the senses and keeps them in prime condition.” —Ray Bradbury
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thewritepractice.com Dec 10
Techniques: How to Use Euphonics to Make Your Prose Sing
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thewritepractice.com Dec 6
As General Powell says, “Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier.” You can — so write.
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thewritepractice.com Dec 6
General Powell's Motivational Quotes for During the Holidays
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thewritepractice.com Dec 5
What is your story’s genre? Your genre will influence every choice you make in your story, so consider this carefully.
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thewritepractice.com Dec 5
6 Core Questions to Figure Out if Your Story Is Good . . . Or Not
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thewritepractice.com Nov 28
How to Take Stock of Your Goals This Year
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thewritepractice.com Nov 26
4 Character Archetypes Your Story Needs
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thewritepractice.com Nov 19
Sneak Peek: Black Friday and Write Practice Wednesday Gifts for via
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thewritepractice.com Nov 16
Tasks with deadlines are tasks that get done. Set yourself a writing deadline.
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thewritepractice.com Nov 16
Deadlines: The Unlikely Secret to Creative Freedom
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thewritepractice.com Nov 13
a novel? You’ll still need to do research so you can effectively translate your world to your reader and make your story come alive.
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thewritepractice.com Nov 13
How to Conduct Research for a Book
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thewritepractice.com Nov 12
Use a character’s highest high or lowest low as a cliffhanger, keeping your readers turning the pages.
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thewritepractice.com Nov 12
Cliffhangers: How to a Story Your Readers Can't Put Down
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thewritepractice.com Nov 9
How to Publish a Book and Sell Your First 1,000 Copies
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thewritepractice.com Nov 7
Challenge yourself to in a different medium. How can you tell a story through a play? An infographic? A grocery list?
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thewritepractice.com Nov 7
3 Writing Challenges That Will Make You a Better
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