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How to Use Google Forms in Your Writing

There are lots of free survey and polling sites (two popular options are PollDaddy and Survey Monkey), but often they limit the number of surveys you can create or how many questions you can include without ‘leveling up’ to a premium version. 758 more words

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Round 3 Sunday Check-in 2

Hi, all!  I’m still looking for your suggestions and favorites to add to the ROWriter’s Resource page that I’m setting up for the site.  Beyond a few references I use a lot, Beth Camp and Elizabeth Anne Mitchell have offered a few, but not so many others yet. 71 more words


So You Want To Be A Writer?

If it doesn’t come bursting out of you
in spite of everything,
don’t do it.
Unless it comes unasked
out of your heart and your mind… 325 more words

A Pinch Of Poetry

Are you still learning how to write what you mean?

Talking and writing are so different. Saying what you mean and writing what you want to say is not always easy.

So what about an online writing course? 347 more words


My Writing Process

Writing about writing is tricky. People will often try to sell their way as the only way, but no art is as black and white as that. 1,553 more words

Telling Lies for Fun and Profit: A Review

I have a pretty fair selection of writing books, some that are good, some that are bad and many that are ‘meh’. I like to have one on the go most of the time, it’s a good motivator and you never know what new tips or ideas will strike your fancy. 480 more words


How do you World-Build?

Worldbuilding (which I’ve also seen written as ‘world-building’ and ‘world building’) is the process of creating an alternate world that is believable, agile to the needs of the plot and characters, and authentic. 1,029 more words

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