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What I Learned From Pixar's Wall-E

Recently I watched the animation Wall-E for the second time, and I must say I missed a lot the first time I watched it.  This time, I couldn’t help but notice the superb story-telling Pixar used. 347 more words

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Hey readers! Vanessa here. No one commented on my Fangirl Friday post about what they’d like me to post about so I went ahead and picked on myself. 731 more words

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Top five tips to tackle writing

Kyra Smith-Cullen
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November is coming up and many recognize it as National Novel Writing Month. However, some disagree with the frenzy of trying to write 50,000 words and prefer to take things at a more sedate pace. 334 more words

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We Are Examples

When my children were small, I went back to college to earn my bachelor’s and teaching degrees, even though in my heart, I wanted to be a writer.

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The Road to NaNoWriMo: Novel Prep (Part 2: Plot)

Welcome back to my series on NaNoWriMo preparation. Last time, we talked about planning out your characters before you start writing. Today, let’s look at a method for creating a basic plot outline for your novel. 2,276 more words

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NaNoWriMo Is Almost Here!

I’m back to posting to my own blog this week. Did you guys miss me. I’m really glad that my two friends were able to come and share their thoughts on different topics with you guys. 608 more words

Lesson 28

Today, I’m going to talk to you about not letting editing get the best of you. I know, it’s stressful sometimes. Believe me. I’ve been there. 333 more words

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