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The Greatest Books of All Time | As Voted by 125 Famous Authors

The Top Ten: Writers Pick Their Favorite Books asks 125 of modernity’s greatest British and American writers to provide a list, ranked, in order, of what they consider the ten greatest works of fiction of all time– novels, story collections, plays, or poems.

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11 Incredibly Long Books Worth Reading

Personally, I’m down with a long book — I love diving into a story and knowing I’ll get to stick around for a while, spending quality time with the characters I love and the world they live in.

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20 Creative Writing Terms Better Than Good | GDC

Do you find yourself using the word ‘good’ to describe just about anything? Surely, it’s convenient and time-efficient to use one word over and over again, but does it really express the exact meaning you’d like to convey?

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How I Became A Writer | Women Writers, Women's Books

I became a writer when I was ten years old, the same year that I discovered Agatha Christie – and therefore crime fiction. On Christmas Day 1984, I unwrapped a notebook and a box of pens, and after lunch, while everyone else dozed chipolata-stuffed in front of the TV, I made a nest in the corner of the dining room and began to write my own murder mystery.

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How to Get the Right Kind of Feedback for Your Writing | Inc.com

Writing can be a downright scary process. Whether you’re writing a book or an article, you are opening your ideas to an audience and allowing them to engage with – and maybe criticize – your work.

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A Cheeky Word

While speaking with a friend, she called a guy we both know, cheeky.  So not to display my ignorance, rather than ask it’s meaning, I came home to do research. 198 more words

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