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How To Improve Your Writing Skills

Whether you’re a blogger, student, or aspiring author, learning to improve your writing is a skill that can be used for years to come. With a little practice, research, and creative choice, you’ll be on the right track. Dana Fox … Continue reading

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Why You Need a Logline

What is a logline? It’s a summarization of your story in three sentences.  Can you do it?  A few months ago, one of SWG’s speakers spoke about creating your logline…the backbone of facts from which you can then create the body of … Continue reading

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How to Develop Your Best Novel Writing Ideas

Have you hit a roadblock writing your first novel… if so, read this. It will help you to understand why.❤ Which of your novel writing ideas are worth your time? Here are some tips for developing your best story ideas. … Continue reading

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When Your Characters Take Charge…

Let’s say you’re working on a scene in your story. It’s supposed to be a turning point. You know what’s at stake. You know which characters will be involved. You know what you want to have happen. You know how … Continue reading

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14 Words That Are Their Own Opposites

Here’s an ambiguous sentence for you: “Because of the agency’s oversight, the corporation’s behavior was sanctioned.” Does that mean, ‘Because the agency oversaw the company’s behavior, they … Source: 14 Words That Are Their Own Opposites

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