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#writinglessons Game of Thrones Season 7

I’m re-watching season 7 of Game of thrones and it’s been interesting to analyze the story as a writer instead of as the average consumer enjoying some great content. 391 more words

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#writinglessons What To Do When You Don't Know How Your Story Ends

I’m working on two books at the moment but one of them has been giving me a hard time. ISSUE: I have no clue how the book will end! 198 more words

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What I've Learned in 5 Years and 15 Books

Today is a very special day. Today marks the five-year anniversary of the day I published my first novel. So much has happened in the last few years that it honestly seems like a lifetime ago. 2,101 more words

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Writing Lessons from Bad Movies

Doom was released in 2005 and was written, directed and starred by people who are really good at their jobs literally any other time you see their work. 1,130 more words


Grammarly: The best tool for the writer who’s not a native English speaker

I write a lot of English content. I write emails, blog posts and books all in English – but here’s my not so secret weakness. I’m not a native English speaker. 653 more words


Stay True to Your Story

My writing partner, Jess, and I have been doing this writing thing together for almost seven years now (although I’ve been writing since I could pick up a pen and kind of sort of spell lol). 539 more words

Lies, Love, & Magic: How Voice was Hijacked by Editor Mysticism & Workshop Critique BS!

The sought after and mysterious “voice” of writing.  You watch editors salivate like Derridean defeatists about how magical voice can be when it “makes your foot tap to the rhythm.”  Aww, how romantic.  969 more words