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Breaking Hyperbole as Writing Inspiration

Breaking hyperbole as writing inspiration is one of the mainstays of creative writing. Especially genres like fantasy and science fiction. And since this tactic is so common, I’m guessing it’s not going to be a totally unfamiliar idea for most writers. 576 more words

Literary Devices & Writing Techniques

Create Your Own Writing Ritual

Rituals can seem like solemn, religious, ceremonial processes, but we all incorporate rituals into our daily lives. When you get ready for bed, your system of getting ready – brushing your teeth, washing your face, showering, changing, whatever else you choose to do – is a ritual that tells your brain that it’s time for bed. 890 more words

Writing Inspiration

A View to a Query

I’ve done it!

I’ve managed to produce a query letter that I don’t hate!

I’m not quite ready to admit to liking it, but I… 582 more words

Poetry Prompt #29

Hi everyone.

What will your response ‘B’ to this week’s poetry prompt? Is your mind buzzing with thoughts of bees? Maybe you’ll ‘be’ more creative and think outside the… 66 more words

Write A Poem For Children

An Open Apology to Jim Butcher

I didn’t know where else to put this, but it’s my blog and as Eric Cartman says, “I’ll do what I want!”

This is a great story for authors and a peak behind the author curtain for readers. 514 more words

Writing Inspiration

Writing Prompt: Day 204

Day 204 of 365 Days of Writing Prompts: Write about swimming.

Shannon: He pulled me under the water and I attempted to slip past his side, but his arms engulfed me and drew me into him for weightless kiss. 128 more words

365 Days Of Writing

Finding Inspiration in Music

As a writer I find inspiration in everything; places, people, conversations…the list is endless! As a music lover it’s no surprise that I take a great deal of inspiration from music and in more ways than one! 717 more words