Tag: how to write a book

Multiple Narrators, One Story, No Sweat!

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Multiple Narrators, One Story, No Sweat!

You can find it in fiction, non-fiction, even in cookbooks: more than one person narrating different portions of the book to offer various perspectives, beliefs and even manners of speaking (or writing in this case). If an author were interested in utilizing multiple narrators in his/her story, there needs to be considerations made to display […]

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Set the Scene for Writing Success: 5 Ways to Change Up Your Routine

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Set the Scene for Writing Success: 5 Ways to Change Up Your Routine

Most writers have a routine they like to follow, and bless your heart if you suggest changing it. Maybe you like to curl up on the couch with a notepad and pencil, or perhaps you have worn your imprint into the best seat at a coffee shop (you know the one: right next to an […]

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5 Apps & Websites That Bestselling Authors Can’t Live Without

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5 Apps & Websites That Bestselling Authors Can’t Live Without

Do you need help finding that perfect word, simplifying your sentences, or discovering inspiration? There is a website or desktop app to help, and they aren’t just for those tech-savvy friends who are always glued to their e-readers.Website and app developers have built some wonderfully helpful resources for you to be a better, faster, cleaner […]

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Great Beginnings: How You Should Start Your Next Novel

Filed in Writing Tips by on March 7, 2016 0 Comments
Great Beginnings: How You Should Start Your Next Novel

By your side is a ratty notebook, bruised black and blue with the smeared ink of furiously scribbled ideas that came to you at midnight, dotted with translucence from the epiphany you had about your villain, while still wet from a shower.  You’ve finally decided to write the story that has been stirring around in your […]

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From the Desk of the Editor: How To Build Creative Confidence In Your Writing

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From the Desk of the Editor: How To Build Creative Confidence In Your Writing

I’ll let you in on a secret: writing is less about professional training, and more about creative confidence. Anyone can string together a few decent sentences. The difference is that those with creative confidence will share their decent sentences with anyone and everyone, while other writers hide their work away from the world—proclaiming it isn’t […]

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