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Dealing With Passive Voice In Your Novel

I have an addiction. Apparently, I’m addicted to writing sentences in the passive voice. After each session of writing, I run my work through Grammarly and inevitably numerous passive voice errors pop up. I can’t stand them! If you’re like … Continue reading

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Wednesdays Writing Prompt

With the trail slowly disappearing behind them and the growing light before their eyes keeping a steady glow, they had to make a choice. Continue reading

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How To Create Emotion In Your Writing Without It Being Melodramatic.

All successful novels, no matter what genre, have one thing in common: Emotion Continue reading

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Character Creation & Development–How To Bring Them To Life.

Creating character interest is vital when trying to reel in devoted readers. After all, your characters are the building blocks of your novel. Continue reading

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How To Write Locations With Ease And Impact.

It’s time to take a closer look at locations.
Locations are more than simply a stage for your puppets to walk around on – each location is an opportunity to: Continue reading

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How To Overcome Writer’s Block Forever!

If you’re struggling with writer’s block, don’t get discouraged. This happens to every great writer at some point, and it’s easy to overcome it. Continue reading

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Wednesdays Writing Prompt

Heading ever closer, the haze blanketed the falling blackened sun. Could he hope to reach her in time? Write Fearlessly

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Wednesdays Writing Prompt

He Awoke from his induced slumber and proclaimed, “Religion is the currency of the frightened and ignorant.” His words were not what amazed them; it was the fact that his mouth was not moving as he spoke.

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Question of the Week

     Do you keep, or attempt to keep, a writing schedule? Two hundred words a day, five hundred, or maybe even a chapter a day—personally, I have tried keeping a schedule but failed miserably. If I’m not in the mood … Continue reading

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