Tag: writing process

How to Choose Your Character Names

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How to Choose Your Character Names

When writing fiction, you may not think you need to put too much thought into character names, but using interesting names that lend to your story can be a great way to keep readers engaged. If you can’t think of a good name while you write, use generic names so you don’t lose your pace, […]

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What to Know About Co-Authoring a Book

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What to Know About Co-Authoring a Book

There are steps you have to take when co-authoring that you wouldn’t typically think about if writing solo. Having a writing partner can be very beneficial when it comes to splitting the work and dividing tasks based on strengths and weaknesses. But there are also a handful of steps you should take when co-authoring a […]

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Staying On Track With Your Writing This Spring

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Staying On Track With Your Writing This Spring

The first quarter of the year has officially ended! Did you know most people give up on their goals by February? Even if you’ve gotten off the path you had in mind, you still have 9 full months to pull a reverse card. Here are some tips to help you stay on track with your writing […]

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The First Draft: Skeleton Draft or Bulging Draft

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The First Draft: Skeleton Draft or Bulging Draft

Just like there are two different types of plotting styles—plotting and pantsing—there are also two different camps writers fall into when it comes to how much writing goes into the first draft. There are writers who choose a skeleton draft, meaning they put the bones of their stories down during the first draft and then […]

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30 Writing Prompts for the Next 30 Days

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30 Writing Prompts for the Next 30 Days

Grab a new notebook or open up a new doc, it’s time to start a new writing challenge! This one is simple and its sole purpose is to get you writing every day. At the end of the 30 writing prompts, you may have either found an idea for your next writing project, written publishable […]

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