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Characterization: How to a Eulogy to Get to Know a Character in Your Novel
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thewritepractice.com Sep 17
If you practice getting rejected, the pain you experience with each subsequent rejection lessens. —Tim Grahl
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thewritepractice.com Sep 17
How to Handle Criticism: 3 Strategies to Make Criticism Work for You
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Inside the Mind of an Author a Book
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thewritepractice.com Sep 13
Let’s Celebrate the Winners of the Summer Contest!
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thewritepractice.com Sep 12
Are you paralyzed with fear? That’s a good sign. Fear is good. Like self-doubt, fear is an indicator. Fear tells us what we have to do. —Steven Pressfield
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How to Overcome Doubt and Find Your Calling as a
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thewritepractice.com Sep 11
prompt: Build a fun title using a set of words and a random number generator. Then write the story behind it!
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The key to an amazing book: Pick a great book idea. Then, don’t stop writing until the book is finished.
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thewritepractice.com Sep 10
Need an idea for your next story? Try one of these top ten book ideas.
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thewritepractice.com Sep 7
I believe the first draft of a book—even a long one—should take no more than three months, the length of a season. —Stephen King
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thewritepractice.com Sep 7
How to Adjust Your Process and Embrace Your Writing Season
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thewritepractice.com Sep 5
What does the monster in your story eat, and why?
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thewritepractice.com Sep 5
How to Create a Monster That Terrifies Your Readers
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thewritepractice.com Sep 3
6 More Creative Ways To Strengthen Your Story Idea
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thewritepractice.com Aug 30
Don’t bore your audience. Cut the parts we’re not interested in and keep our focus on the parts that matter most.
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thewritepractice.com Aug 30
The Script Polish: How to Maximize Your Screenplay's Impact and Minimize Risk of Rejection
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thewritepractice.com Aug 29
How can you know whether readers will love your book? Ask them — before you publish your first book, and again before you publish your next one.
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thewritepractice.com Aug 29
How to Sell Books to Someone Other Than Your Mom
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