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Spoken Word Feature: Kevin Yang – “How to Love Your Introvert”

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Creative writing lessons: Creative Writing tips, more advice and lessons from Stephen King

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Spoken Word Feature: “Self Love” performed by Samantha Guy

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Creative thinking – how to get out of the box and generate ideas: Giovanni Corazza

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Getting to the Root of it All by Jimmetta Carpenter

Procrastination is a consistent problem for writers everywhere; particularly when you are starting out and still trying to establish a name for yourself. We tend to blame time as our … Continue reading

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4 Ways To Rekindle Your Love For Writing by Maja Todorovic

As everything goes in life, the writing process can have its ups and downs. Motivation can come in cycles, and it can be hard to stay on track with writing. … Continue reading

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Deep Writing Requires That We Put Our Worries on a Back Burner Before We Sit Down To Write by Irene Roth

It can be difficult to do deep writing. However, with a bit of practice and perseverance, you can achieve this without any problems. One of the worse things that writers … Continue reading

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How to Decide What to Write Next: Tips From a Writing Consultant by Megan Easley-Walsh

Having taught college writing and as a writing consultant, I provide writing guidance for others. Sometimes, this comes in the form of editing and other times it consists of answering … Continue reading

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Writing Chapters and Scenes by Strephon Kaplan Williams

You don’t even need chapters anymore in some novels, but then you might simply have a lot of chapters. Normally a Chapter in a Novel is three to five scenes. … Continue reading

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Creative writing lessons: Creative Writing tips, advice and lessons from bestseller Stephen King

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How to Beat a Creative Funk, Tips for Writing, Motivation, Creativity by Katie at WriteByNight

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Author Interview with Sarah K Stephens

Sarah K. Stephens is a writer of Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense books. She earned her doctorate in 2007 and teaches a variety of courses on human development as a university … Continue reading

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Feature Spoken Word: Sophia Thakur- Be Queens

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Feature Spoken Word: Kate Hao & Kristen Sze-Tu – “(Yet Still, I Wait)”

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Author Interview with D.K. Christi

D. K. Christi is a traveler and adventurer who chronicles her experiences in short stories in seven anthologies. Ghost Orchid, a mystery of love, lies and redemption wrapped around a … Continue reading

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Your Character Is Not The Problem – 5 Ways To Love Your Flawed Character by Mya Douglas

Oftentimes, writers find themselves caught between a love/hate relationship with their characters. A month later, they’re abandoning their story, without even realizing that it’s not their character’s that are the … Continue reading

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Ten Great Things About Historical Fiction That Can Be Incorporated As Tips for Writers by Megan Easley-Walsh

Fiction is divided into many genres. One of these genres is historical fiction. I am a fan of this genre as a reader and I also write it. In addition, … Continue reading

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Personal Development for Writers: Seven Ways to Increase Your Writing Range and Raise Your Income by Roy Rasmussen

Earning a living from writing is challenging. You will earn more if you challenge yourself instead of waiting for the challenges to come to you. Many good writers don’t succeed … Continue reading

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Fiction Writing: Creating Characters by Miriam S Pia

Fiction Writing Fiction writing is actually a broad category and can apply to TV, radio shows, short fiction, novellas, and of course novels. Plays and screenplays both also involve creating … 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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Coming Up With Great Fictional Characters by Sharon P Wilson

Have you wondered why you think about those great stories or fiction books long after you have put them down? You know, the book that gets you reading perhaps into … Continue reading

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Build A Creative Fortress and Finish Your Writing With These 4 Tips by Bradley P Johnson

As a writer, artist and overall creative person, in order to continue doing your work, you need a constant flow of new ideas. Running out of new ways to connect … Continue reading

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How to Stay Motivated While Writing Your Novel with Vivien Reis

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: Before I go to sleep- S J Watson

Before I Go To Sleep is SJ Watson’s debut novel…..well I cannot wait to see what comes next! I must say this is a truly stunning debut, a novel that … Continue reading

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Spoken Word: Melissa Newman-Evans – “9 Things I Would Like to Tell to Every Teenage Girl”

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Spoken Word: Alyesha Wise – Things I Tell Myself About Myself

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Facing a Book Revision: A Writer’s Positive Approach by Harriet Hodgson

I’ve been a freelancer for 37 years and watched the publishing industry change. During this time I’ve changed as well. Although I have decades of writing experience, writing can surprise … Continue reading

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It Starts With The Look Before They Open The Book by Carmel M Audsley

You’ve slaved away on your book and now it’s ready to be printed. Finally you can call yourself an author. You have a work of which you can be proud. … Continue reading

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What to Blog About As a Fiction Author – 9 Ideas by Emiley Jones

While the internet holds a slew of advice and tips for writers, most of the advice about blogging is geared towards non-fiction writers. Some of the tips can be carried … Continue reading

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The Hallmark of a Good Writer by Carmel M Audsley

When you watch a movie or see a play, do you ever think about the amount of work that went into how an actor portrays a character on film or … Continue reading

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: The Midwife’s Confession by Diane Chamberlain

Diane chamberlain is often compared to Jodi Picoult (one of my all time favourite authors), even the caption on the front of the book says ‘as good as Jodi Picoult … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Enjoy Writing by Irene Roth

Do you actually look forward to writing, or do you just drag yourself around trying to get things done but you don’t get a lot done during your allotted writing … Continue reading

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4 Lessons in Creativity with Julie Burstein

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How to Write (Even If You Don’t Want to) by Jackie Johansen

All writers, at some point, do not feel like writing. Maybe this feeling comes before sitting down. Maybe it hits when you are in front of a screen or page. … Continue reading

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Golden Rules for Writing Fiction: 3 Writing Tips to Be a Better Writer by Charles Rose

So you want to be a writer? Or you want to be a better writer? Here are 3 Golden Rules for you to follow. They are 3 tips for becoming … Continue reading

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How to Build Your Creative Confidence with David Kelley

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5 Habits to Create Writing Success by Will D Koen

Organization This subject is rarely mentioned at all in writing books. Since writers tend to be disorganized, it tends to get in the way of their success. Disorganization can cause … Continue reading

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: Innocence by Kathleen Tessaro

Wow what a week! Sorry I have been a little quiet this week I’ve had so much going on work experience, gigs to prepare for, deadlines etc, I got this … Continue reading

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Spoken Word: “The Interview” by Alyesha Wise

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Spoken Word: “Note to Self” by Terisa Siagatonu

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Organizing and Starting Your Writing Project by Ian S Lauder

If you’ve ever been involved in a writing project that went off the rails after only a few pages, the odds are that the project manager did not spend sufficient … Continue reading

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Easy Way to Write Fiction and Get Past the Writer’s Block by Ilham Bahtera

Is there an easy way to make a story? I don’t want to talk sweet to say that here you will get an easy way to write. Logically, if indeed … Continue reading

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Author Interview with Jeff Musillo

Jeff Musillo is a writer, visual artist, actor, and director. He is the author of The Ease of Access (2013) Can you See That Sound (The Operating System, 2014) Snapshot … Continue reading

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Spoken Word: Amber Tamblyn – “Untitled Actress”

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How To Overcome Creative Blocks & Writer’s Block

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5 Ways to Force Yourself to Write by Sarah M. Flores

Writing every day isn’t easy, but as they say, anything worth doing usually isn’t. We all have our go-to excuses: No time, too many distractions, even fear. Remember, though, there … Continue reading

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Getting Motivated & Staying Positive (My TIPS) by Rachel Talbott

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Featured Book Review by Chloe Metzger– Secrets of the Tudor Court by Darcey Bonnette

As a young girl Mary Howard waits with her brothers and sister nervously to see her father, the great Lord Norfolk a powerful soldier and a man of high honour. … Continue reading

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‘Self Love’ Spoken word poetry by Samgeeeez

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For Writers, Persistence Counts As Much As Talent by Harriet Hodgson

I’ve been a freelancer for 37 years. Along the way, I’ve learned many things, including the value of persistence. Personally, I think persistence is important as talent. Without persistence, a … Continue reading

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