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Tips for Writing a Captivating Short Story

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Tips for Writing a Captivating Short Story

In the publishing world, a short story normally refers to fiction and they come in varying shapes and sizes: Traditional: 1,500-5000 words Flash Fiction: 500-1,000 words Micro Fiction: 5-350 words Writing a short story can sometimes be more difficult than writing a full novel. This is because you have to captivate your readers, take them […]

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Creating a Writing Space for Max Productivity

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on March 31, 2020 0 Comments
Creating a Writing Space for Max Productivity

Time, energy, and good writing space are all we really need to be able to focus and be productive. It’s important to have a dedicated writing space at home because it signals to your brain that it’s time to write every time you’re in that space. If you tend to bounce around the house a […]

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Writing Your Book During COVID-19 Self-Isolation

Filed in Writing Tips by on March 27, 2020 0 Comments
Writing Your Book During COVID-19 Self-Isolation

To say we’re living in a weird time is an understatement. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has a majority of our lives on pause, leaving us with a lot of extra time we didn’t have before. To all my writers, if you’ve ever dreamed of writing a book now is the perfect time to get started—and finish! 10 […]

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10 Ways to Rediscover Your Creative Flow

Filed in Ask the Editor by on February 13, 2020 0 Comments
10 Ways to Rediscover Your Creative Flow

We’ve all experienced bouts of writer’s block or dips in our creative flow. Sometimes, I think that’s the brain’s way of telling us we’re overproducing and need to pull back the reigns a bit. For the most part, though, I believe writer’s block and a stagnant creative flow are because we start taking our creativity […]

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Overcoming Writer’s Fatigue

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on February 4, 2020 0 Comments
Overcoming Writer’s Fatigue

You’ve been pushing hard on your writing project lately, and while you’re seeing the fruits of your intense labor, you’re also starting to feel a little worn down. Writer’s fatigue can get the best of any of us, but it can be even worse if we don’t see it coming. Be on the lookout for […]

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