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Writing Tip: Do some short exercises to stretch your writing muscles. Many new creative writers find that doing the washing up or weeding the garden suddenly looks appealing, compared to the effort of sitting down and putting words onto the page. 45 more words

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#Writers: Say Good-Bye to Your Inner Critic

Welcome to this week’s installment of Writing Wednesday Workshop.  Today we are going to talk about inner critics.  As writers, we are very familiar with our own inner critic.   405 more words

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Writing Tip Wednesday: On Showing Or Telling And Internalization?

When writing, it is important to show your readers what is happening rather than tell them. It’s a golden rule of writing. There is one area of showing vs. 117 more words

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Tuesday Tip

Contractions are common place in speech. If you say “can’t” or “wouldn’t” in conversation, you aren’t likely to be called out for being “too informal.” However, contractions are still a little controversial in writing. 686 more words

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WTT: Read More

I’m going to admit something up front here. This post is going to rant about something. It is, however, very important for anyone who creates content on the web. 570 more words

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You May Not Write Well Every Day...

Do you write every day?  I’m not talking about perfect edited writing but plain old write-whatever-comes-into-your-brain writing.  When I ask writers if they write every day, there are usually two groups they fall into.   289 more words

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Writing Tip: Write a Catchy First Paragraph

Writing Tip: Write a Catchy First Paragraph

In today’s fast-moving world, the first sentence of your narrative should catch your reader’s attention with the unusual, the unexpected, an action, or a conflict. 171 more words

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