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Writing 101: How to Treat your Beta Readers

I have done a lot of beta reading this past year, and in turn, I’ve had people read my own work. Nothing is more essential in the early stages of a manuscript than its beta readers, so if you have a collection of reliable readers, you should do everything in your power to hold onto them. 35 more words

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Character Building II

Hopefully, you’ve now got a name for your main characters and you’ve followed up the whole naming process with an interview that’s really helped you get to know your character. 785 more words

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Inside the Trenches: Editing the CMA Writers Group Book

Whether your idea of a perfect summer activity involves chilling at the beach, riding every roller coaster in the tristate area, or just curling up with a good book, I bet there’s one thing you’d never consider doing. 957 more words

Keep On Writin'

It’s easy – too easy – to look at your manuscript and think, ‘No.’ Especially when you’re trying to fit a ridiculous amount of words into one month in order to defeat this thing called NaNoWriMo (or you just really don’t wanna). 334 more words

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The Writing Process - What Next?

I’ve been tagged by my good mate Jeff Gardiner to pick up the baton on the topic of “ My Writing Process”. As I’ve already covered this in an… 382 more words

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The Story Reading Ape reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog..... An Author Promotions Enterprise! and commented:

Great advice from author Ailsa Abraham :D  

Analyzing not just summarizing research articles

Quality of Evidence     

An important thinking and writing skill you must gain as a doctoral student is being able communicate the “quality of evidence” of the studies you cite. 513 more words

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How writers can train their keyboard

A keyboard is like a cat. Neither will listen to you. A keyboard is independent of you. You can hit the K, but if the keyboard wants L, it will do so. 380 more words

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