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10 Ways to Do Research for Your Book

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10 Ways to Do Research for Your Book

When it comes to researching for your book there are many avenues — and rabbit holes — you can take to find the information you want. Researching is a fine art, especially now that the internet can turn up results that may not be completely accurate. Whether you’re writing a fiction novel or a nonfiction […]

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Writing With Summer Colors!

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Writing With Summer Colors!

Summer is here, and it brings with it the trend of beautifully bright, fun colors. For this month’s writing challenge, we’ll be using summer colors to evoke thoughts and stories to practice creative writing. We have listed some of our favorite summer colors below, but feel free to keep this exercise going with more colors! […]

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10 Tips for a Better Book Opening

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10 Tips for a Better Book Opening

The opening of your book is the place where readers will decide to keep reading or set aside your book — no pressure. So, your opening pages need to jump straight into your story without dawdling on about the protagonist’s history or how he/she ended up in the current predicament. The back story is 100% […]

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Should I Finish Writing My Book?

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Should I Finish Writing My Book?

Did you start writing your book when you were full of inspiration and never-ending ideas? Are you now feeling a bit tired of that said idea? Does your creative well feel dry? On some occasions, it’s not always best to push through those pain points for the sake of finishing. In fact, you should gauge how […]

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Writing With Spring Colors!

Filed in Author Inspirations by on April 6, 2021 0 Comments
Writing With Spring Colors!

Spring is here and it brings with it the trend of beautiful bright and pastel colors. For this month’s writing challenge, we’ll be using spring colors to evoke thoughts or stories we can use to practice creative writing. We’ve listed some of our favorite spring colors below, but feel free to keep this exercise going […]

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