Write 2 Be Magazine

For the Artists Who Like to Remain Strictly Out of the Box

Letter from the Editor

November 1st is just a couple of days away and almost every writer knows what that means. It’s the time when we buckle down and take 30 days to really … Continue reading

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Writing: Seven Ways to Jumpstart Creativity by Amber Lanier Nagle

Creativity is a fickle creature. Some days, words and original thoughts flow like water tumbling down a waterfall and gathering in a pool of beautiful, clever prose. But on other … Continue reading

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Spring Into Creativity by Gioya McRae

We all have times when our creativity sags. These times of lack cause us to doubt our abilities and creative gifts. We may think our age or a lack of … Continue reading

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Write Your Novel in Just 30 Days This November – It’s National Novel Writing Month by Dave Haslett

Each November, more than 100,000 brave souls take part in National Novel Writing Month. The aim is simple: write a complete novel in one month, beginning on November 1st and … Continue reading

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When Outlining A Novel Works by Dorothy Zjawin

Having experimented with a few ways of structuring and writing novels, gleaned from reading books and implementing strategies, I’ve concluded that outlining is helpful and does pay off. You have … Continue reading

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Tips on Writing a Book – Where to Start? by David J. Burrows

I have written four books so I can offer some helpful advice on this subject. My experience can help you by saving you time and effort. I would suggest starting … Continue reading

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Find Some Time and Write by Amber Lanier Nagle

It happens a lot. I listen to a friend’s story-an interesting recollection, a story about some miracle, or a tale about some bizarre coincidence-and say, “Wow! Go home right now … Continue reading

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A Choice: The Muse or The Critic by Michele Venne

From quantum physics to prophets, nearly everyone understands that everything is comprised of energy. What we are and the creative things we do are guided and influenced by the energy … Continue reading

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How to Remain Sane When Writing a Novel by KN Lee

Writing a novel can be a daunting task. One can begin the journey with vigor and enthusiasm and still end up incredibly overwhelmed. Whenever I sit before my computer to … Continue reading

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Reverse Writer’s Block – For Your Book by Patrick Smyth

You have a clear idea of the beginning and ending of the story that you are writing. Much of the storyline of the large middle part of the story are … Continue reading

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Writing Novels – The Dilemma of How to Tell Your Back Story by Tracy Culleton

We writers have a real dilemma. Modern readers don’t have lots of time for us to waffle on, they want us to get straight to the action. Screenwriters are advised … Continue reading

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How to Improve Your Writing – The Importance of Voice by Barry R Parker

One of the major things that distinguishes you from others is your voice. It’s both the sound of your voice and they way you say things. When you write you … Continue reading

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The Importance of Suspense in a Novel By Joyce Shafer

Every story benefits from some level of suspense. Plot relies on it. For suspense to work well, readers have to care about or be curious about what will happen to … Continue reading

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Types of Science Fiction by John Hales

There are three main types of science fiction and they are even the focal of some of its sub-genres. Knowing which type you want to write is among the first … Continue reading

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: Where Love Lies by Julie Cohen

To the outside world Felicity has the perfect life, a job as a children’s author and illustrator, a lovely home in a small village and a doting husband most women … Continue reading

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Tarcher Talks: Julia Cameron – Morning Pages

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Spoken Word Poetry: “When Love Arrives” by Sarah Kay & Phil Kaye

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Feature Interview with Cyrus Webb from Conversations Magazine

To some, Cyrus Webb is the Male Oprah. After all, he is from her home state of Mississippi and has a radio and television show, an internationally recognized book club … Continue reading

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Blog Spotlight: JocsNoteBook by Jocelyn Drawhorn

I have been following this blog for several months now and I have been thoroughly entertained every time that I read a post from its wonderful writer Jocelyn Drawhorn. Her … Continue reading

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Spoken Word Poetry: If I Should Have a Daughter by Sarah Kay

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Blog Spotlight: The Renegade Writer: Living and Loving the Freelance Life on Your Own Terms blog by Linda Formichelli & Dianna Burrell

This blog is packed with a lot of helpful information for writers who are either just getting started with their freelancing careers or those who are well into their careers … Continue reading

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Write 2 Be Challenge

Be a part of the Write 2 Be movement. Do you feel held back by the way society tries to make you fit into their expectations? Write 2 Be would … Continue reading

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Quentin Tarantino On Making Movies

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Screenwriting Lecture: Susannah Grant

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Interview of The Social Network Screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin

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Screenwriters Lecture with Abi Morgan

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Spoken Word Poetry: Who Am I by Nate Williams

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Spoken Word Poetry: Depression & Teach Me by Rachel Rensby

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger

Others of my kind by James Sallis Jenny Rowan has spent years re-building her life. After being kidnapped at the age of eight by a paedophile and kept under his … Continue reading

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Author Interview with A.J. Williams

AJ has always had a passion for empowering women, especially the portrayal of women in media. From this passion AJ started her own media production company. A.Willa Media is named … Continue reading

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Spoken Word Poetry: Open-Hearted Beauty by Ahlaam Loves

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