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Pacing, the Toughest Hurdle

Pacing, the Toughest Hurdle by Vaughn Treude When we begin writing fiction, a number of issues confront us as novices. Issues of technical proficiency such as spelling, grammar, and punctuation are first on the list. Then come dialog, plotting, and … Continue reading

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Four Ways to Face a Blank Page

Four Ways to Face a Blank Page by C.K. Thomas Pique Curiosity Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince” opens with the description of a golden statue of a prince. Early in the story, the statue begins to cry and a swallow … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: 7 Ways to Coax Yourself to Sit Down and Write

The Effective Author: 7 Ways to Coax Yourself to Sit Down and Write © 2017 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. You know you can write, but sometimes, you can use coaxing. Here are seven ways to coax … Continue reading

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4 Best Podcasts for Writers

4 Best Podcasts for Writers by Dharma Kelleher Podcasts are a great source for valuable information and an easy way to make your day that much more productive. You can listen to podcasts while making breakfast in the morning, working … Continue reading

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