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A Writerly Update 64.

Hey Everyone,

It’s been one wild week here. We had a massive storm on Tuesday that caused trees to fall down, damaging houses and cars, and power lines to come down cutting electricity to something like 100,000 homes, and it flooded. 304 more words

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Writing Tip: Watch Your Tenses

Writing Tip: Watch Your Tenses

We often change tenses unconsciously when we’re speaking. We can switch from one to another with ease in a conversation, and the tense change doesn’t matter. 268 more words

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Writing Tip: Adverbs

Writing Tip: Adverbs

If you’re taking part in Blogging U’s Writing 101 challenge at the moment, or you’ve taken part in the past, you should be aware of how many adverbs you use when you write. 292 more words

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Why Sherlock Holmes Helps Me Write

Sherlock Holmes is a timeless character, effortlessly adaptable to any generation. I never grow tired of watching his mad brilliance unfold within the mysteries, and his quirky behavior always makes me laugh. 645 more words

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Analyze that Quote: Ray Bradbury

Not only can we learn things about the world around us, but we can also learn about ourselves from certain quotes. Since writers work with words for a living, oftentimes their written quotes hold a weight to them and wisdom that we can draw from. 331 more words

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Writing Quote Wednesday.

Here are five quotes on rejection. Enjoy!

“Rejection slips, or form letters, however tactfully phrased, are lacerations of the soul, if not quite inventions of the devil—but there is no way around them.” 161 more words

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Writing Tip: Ask for Specific Feedback

Writing Tip: Ask for Specific Feedback

We all want feedback on our writing. Likes and comments such as “really enjoyed this, well done!” are comforting, but they are also vague. 285 more words

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