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How To Write a Love Letter in 4 Steps

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How To Write a Love Letter in 4 Steps

There’s something special about giving a handwritten letter to your significant other. It’s a magical way to express feelings and look back on the special bond and relationship you’re building. If you need a little help getting started, here’s how to write a love letter in 4 steps: 1. Opening You want to open the […]

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The Best Publications for Writers

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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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Writing Through the Winter Blues

Filed in Author Inspirations, Writing Tips by on December 1, 2020 0 Comments
Writing Through the Winter Blues

You don’t have to live in Alaska to feel the effect of the winter blues. If you live in the south, the lack of daylight after work can be enough to throw off your mood. Where most could hunker down and cozy up inside until spring, if you’re a writer you may need to push […]

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NaNoWriMo Check-In 

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on November 24, 2020 0 Comments
NaNoWriMo Check-In 

If you’ve been participating in NaNoWriMo this year, my guess is you’re acutely aware that there is less than a week left to accomplish the challenge of writing 50,000 words in the month of November. Don’t start to sweat at that thought. Here’s how to keep moving forward, no matter which stage you’re at in […]

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