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Is your character angry? Use the Other Words for ANGER WORD LIST to add depth and specificity to that anger.
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Writing regularly takes diligence…and people leaving you alone. Here are twelve encouragements/reminders to get you writing again.
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An interview with multi-award-winning author Jane Yolen about how to be a productive writer, finding time, origins, and an original poem.
Pace is, I think, one of the toughest things to wrap your mind around as an author. The mechanics of writing can be learned; structure can be applied to give a story shape and direction. Tension and conflict can be created through character interaction. But pace can remain elusive no matter how many books you’ve…
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No one is perfect, especially your characters. Use these handy lists to get inspired to mess someone up. I mean, give your characters relatable flaws. 😀
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Have you ever struggled to get words on the page? Here are 5 actionable steps for busting writer’s block and getting inspiration to flow.
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Dialogue is an integral part of any novel. Here are eight ways to upgrade your dialogue and avoid some newbie pitfalls.
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When writing romance, utilize the classic three act structure, broken into twelve beats to drive your story forward. Here’s how to do it.
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By Author Ellwyn Autumn Tips on starting your children’s book from inspiration to print. Let’s get going. Getting Started with Your Children’s Book So, you want to write and self-publish a children’s book? Good for you! You’re just itching to transcribe your idea to the page. But there’s one obstacle, you don’t know where to…
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Welcome to my blog interview with novelist, Ellwyn Autumn, author of The Kamyla Chung Series and Chris Kringle’s Cops The First Mission. Ellwyn Autumn is an American author/blogger/ghostwriter and a certified teacher with a Master’s Degree in Education. She writes children’s picture books, middle-grade novels, and Young Adult fiction. Ellwyn’s first self-published novel, Chris Kringle’s…
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