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Word Of The Every Other Day

Attrition [at·tri·tion] n.  1. A gradual, natural reduction in membership or personnel, as through retirement, resignation, or death. 2. A gradual diminution in number or strength. “The company’s attrition rate was quite high.”

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Prognosticate [prog·nos·ti·cate] v.  To predict according to present indications or signs; foretell. “The armchair quarterback tried to prognosticate the play from his recliner.”

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Apathetic [ap·a·thet·ic] adj.  1. Feeling or showing little or no emotion; unresponsive. 2. Feeling or showing a lack of interest or concern; indifferent. “He seemed very apathetic about the company’s closure.”

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How To Write Traumatic Effects Into Your Story.

If you’re writing a traumatic experience into the backstory of your character, how will you show how it affects your character in the present? Do you know the signs and symptoms of recalling a past traumatic experience and how they … Continue reading

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🔟 Tips For Writing Dialogue.

Do you struggle to write engaging dialogue? Are you wondering how you can improve this all-important aspect of your writing? The video below will give you ten essential tips for writing dialogue that will keep your readers turning the pages. … Continue reading

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Tips On Writing Realistic Death Scenes.

Are your death scenes over the top? Are they pulling the reader out of the reality you’ve created? A realistic death scene will convey emotion and carry the reader further into your story if written correctly. How do you write … Continue reading

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Crafting Unforgettable Characters.

If I ask you to name a few of your favorite characters which ones come to mind? Why are they so memorable? How did the author create such an amazing personality? If you want to endow your readers with memories … Continue reading

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