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thewritepractice.com Apr 19
No tears in the , no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader. —Robert Frost
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thewritepractice.com Apr 19
Ramp Up the Conflict in Your Story With This One Technique
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thewritepractice.com Apr 18
The writer’s research is observing the world around you. Don’t float through life in a haze—pay attention.
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thewritepractice.com Apr 13
The Spring Contest stories are in! Vote on your favorite for the Readers’ Choice Award.
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thewritepractice.com Apr 13
Vote for the Winner of the Spring Contest
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thewritepractice.com Apr 11
The beauty, music, and situations that inspire you to are wonderful—but these alone are not the conflict of your story.
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thewritepractice.com Apr 11
How to Find the Conflict in a Story
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thewritepractice.com Apr 9
Feeling stuck? Get your creative juices flowing with a fun challenge!
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thewritepractice.com Apr 9
Get Inspired by This Story Grid Challenge
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thewritepractice.com Apr 6
Rejection is a natural part of the process. All your favorite authors have experienced rejection. They kept writing, and so can you.
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thewritepractice.com Apr 6
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thewritepractice.com Apr 4
Your first novel will probably be heavily based on your own life—and that’s okay! Keep .
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thewritepractice.com Apr 4
Your First Novel: How to Fix an (Accidentally) Autobiographical Novel
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thewritepractice.com Apr 3
Possessives indicate a relationship of ownership between two nouns.
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thewritepractice.com Apr 3
How to Use Possessives to Show Ownership
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thewritepractice.com Mar 30
If you truly believe in your book, then sharing it with the world isn’t marketing. It’s an act of generosity.
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thewritepractice.com Mar 30
How To Market a Book: 10 First Steps
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thewritepractice.com Mar 28
Feeling worn out from your projects? Commit to rest so you can return refreshed.
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thewritepractice.com Mar 28
Overcoming Burnout: How to Recover When You're Exhausted From
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thewritepractice.com Mar 26
The middle of every story is tough. The most important thing is that you anyway. Don’t quit!
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