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8 Ways To Find Your Writer's Voice

Here are some personally tried and tested tips on how to find your writer’s voice. It might not be pretty and it may not be what you were expecting, but by gum, you’ll find it! 805 more words

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Public Space vs. Private Space

“Lilith, please. If you do win, do not-”

I can’t help but cheer loud enough to make others wince as I watch the dice tumble towards Azrael’s mud-crusted boots. 378 more words

Adventure

Writing: Getting Back In The Game

It’s been a while since I sat down to work on a new piece of fiction or edit or finish an old piece. I could list a dozen or two reasons why I haven’t, but they would sound like excuses. 464 more words

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Guest Post: 'Character agency: grab your readers, don't let go' by Sofie Bird

Welcome and thanks to our second guest poster of the month, the fabulous speculative fiction writer Sofie Bird. I got to know Sofie via Twitter, and knew right away that she is one of my people. 1,598 more words

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Lesson Learned: I Wrote About Space X and I Didn't Publish It Fast Enough

Allow me to explain what I mean by this title: a few years ago, I was a NASA intern. Part of my internship involved visiting private and public aerospace factories, which included Space X. 734 more words

The TRUTH about Copyrights

Do I need to copyright my novel, nonfiction book, short story, essay, or poems by registering them with the Copyright Office (Library of Congress) before submitting to literary agents or literary journals and magazines for publication? 826 more words

Beginning Writers