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The Best Publications for Writers

Filed in Author Inspirations by on January 21, 2021 0 Comments
The Best Publications for Writers

Finding good writing isn’t hard, but finding a regular publication you can rely on can be. A publication that delivers high-quality writing and expert writing tips. Of course, the internet is full of tips for writers. But magazines and various publications that focus on creative living and writing help, for all types of writing situations, shouldn’t […]

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10 Types of Writing That Don’t Involve Books

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10 Types of Writing That Don’t Involve Books

All types of writing can be powerful and helpful to the writer and anyone who may come across the work. But not all types of writing have to end with a book. In fact, there are plenty of ways to dabble in writing that doesn’t eventually get bound and wrapped in a book cover. If […]

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New Year’s Tips for Writers

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New Year’s Tips for Writers

New Year, new book. If you’re an aspiring author determined to publish in 2021, this list of tips for writers is for you. 1. Create an action plan. Not even writer’s block will stand in your way in 2021. Take time to create an action plan that you can actually stick to. Make sure it’s […]

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2020 Gift Guide for Writers

Filed in Author Inspirations by on December 10, 2020 0 Comments
2020 Gift Guide for Writers

If you’re stressed out by the thought of holiday shopping for a writer friend or family member (or need gift ideas for yourself) you’ve come to the right place–the 2020 Gift Guide for Writers is here! Here are 10 perfect gifts for the writers in your life. 1. Freewrite typewriter This typewriter isn’t like the old-school […]

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Body Language Cheat Sheet for Writers

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on October 22, 2020 0 Comments
Body Language Cheat Sheet for Writers

A lot of first-time writers skip over portraying body language in their writing. They know it’s missing from their characters’ interactions, but they also aren’t sure how to include it either. To combat this, they try to mistakenly incorporate it into dialogue tags, such as “she smiled” or “he laughed.” But, if you think about […]

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