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7️⃣ Truths Every Aspiring Writer Should Know.

When I started writing my first novel seven years ago, I had no experience, goals, or delusional expectations. Seriously I figured I would quit and let it fall into the abyss of failed projects and I did quit many times … Continue reading

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Building Cohesiveness Into Your Novel.

Have you ever read a book that felt like it was a mash-up of separate thoughts and directions? As if the author wasn’t sticking to a predetermined theme or motif. This can throw a reader off and confuse or even … Continue reading

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πŸ”Ÿ Signs Your Writing Is Amateurish & How To Fix It.

These tips are invaluable to all writers, especially new writers. Avoiding these mistakes is crucial to your author’s credibility. The article below lays out the top ten mistakes in your writing that make you come off as a newbie and … Continue reading

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The 5️⃣ Essential Elements You Need On Page #1 Of Your Story.

” So, how did it end?” “I don’t know. I lost interest after the first page.” You definitely don’t want your readers saying this about your book. As a writer, you need to capture the audience from page one. How … Continue reading

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To ALL Us Writers: Here’s A Much Needed Kick In The Ass!

I love this video! It’s the hard truth and not sugar-coated. It is a much-needed reminder, especially during this #NaNoWriMo. I hope all writers take a moment, click the link below, and watch and let the overall message sink in. … Continue reading

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Is Your Story Worth Writing?

Are you pondering taking the plunge into writing a novel? Maybe you have your protagonist and antagonist all fleshed out in your head. But, is the story you want to tell worth the hours, days, weeks, and months of effort … Continue reading

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Internal Narrative & How To Write It.

Sorry for the brief intro and description to this post. My new laptop should be at my front door tomorrow. Yay! I can finally get away from using my phone to post. In the meantime enjoy this article on crafting … Continue reading

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Bad Writing Advice You Should Always Ignore.

When we start writing we go looking for any and all advice we can find. This only makes sense. We want to learn so we can improve upon our craft. But we have to be wary of certain advice because … Continue reading

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