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How to Create a Visual Experience in Your Writing

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How to Create a Visual Experience in Your Writing

When writing, it’s so easy to get bogged down with dialogue, plot lines, verb tense, and comma placement. We can get so caught up with that we can forget to push our creative boundaries. Becoming fixated on punctuation can cause our descriptions to go flat. Other times, we may avoid using symbolism in writing because […]

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Writing Sprints: What They Are, How to Do Them, and Why You Should!

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Writing Sprints: What They Are, How to Do Them, and Why You Should!

There are two writing woes that affect our writing more than than anything else—writer’s block, and editing when we should be freeform writing. Sometimes writing prompts can help infuse life back into a dry spell, but the newest writing trend is an activity called writing sprints (also known as word sprints), and they can actually […]

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The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Writing a Book

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The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Writing a Book

What comes first, a chapter or the title? How long is too long? Our panel of publishing experts answers your most frequently asked questions about writing a book! Related Posts: Ask the Editor: How to Outline a Non-Fiction Book Ask the Editor: How Do I Choose A Title for My Book? 5 Quick, Daily Exercises […]

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4 Tips for Writing Children’s Books on Grown-Up Topics

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4 Tips for Writing Children’s Books on Grown-Up Topics

When many think of writing children’s books, images of talking animals communicating with awe-struck children come to mind. Many of these children’s stories aptly summarize the youthful whimsy of naivety, as the young protagonists are captivated by every angle of his or her growing experience. Some may even feel the role of children’s books would be […]

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Author Inspirations: Playing with Prompts

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Author Inspirations: Playing with Prompts

Writing prompts are engineered to act as a tool to get you writing. They can extend themselves to any genre of writing that can help you, the writer, get your ideas on paper. You can use these prompts in a poem, for your journal, or even in a work of fiction. In keeping with the […]

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