Monthly Archives: May 2019

Worst Day Ever Quotes That Will Make You Reconsider

“Do what you will, this world’s a fiction and is made up of contradiction.” William Blake

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Challenges Of Writing For A Modern Audience

These days is writing a novel easier, harder, or basically the same as it was in the past? In this age of the super information highway, fake news, and instant gratification do your readers expect more and know more. The … Continue reading

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Question Of The Week

Could you finish a first draft in 100 days?

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Creating A Religion For Your Fantasy World

Are you in the process of building a world for your novel? Have you considered all aspects? Within your newly created world is there one or many religions that the inhabitants subscribe to? How does one go about inventing a … Continue reading

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Best Blog Topics For Authors

Thinking about starting a blog, already have one? Are you a fiction author? What should you be blogging about to create the most traffic to your site? The article below will help you narrow your blogs down to what is … Continue reading

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So You Have A Bad Writing Process–So What.

You don’t outline. You don’t have a writing schedule. Who cares? Are you plugging away and gaining ground? That’s all that matters right? As long as the finished product makes you proud of your accomplishments, then go about writing in … Continue reading

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Identifying Your Storys Filler & How to Cut It.

Story filler is like an unnecessary cushion. It may look good but ultimately fulfills no purpose and can harm the reader’s experience. How do you go about identifying and cutting your books filler? The only way to accomplish this is … Continue reading

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