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Writing Tip: Form: Ode

The ode is a form of poetry that originated in Ancient Greece. It is traditionally a long poem separated into stanzas, but you can change the form as you wish. 275 more words

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#SummerSparks Day 9 - Writing Tips from the Big Bad Writer by Pat Miller

WRITING TIPS FROM THE BIG BAD WRITER
by Pat Miller

One day, Little Red Writing Hood realized she needed some writing tips. She heard that Granny W was a prolific writer, so Little Red packed a basket of treats and decided to visit her. 1,484 more words

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Kathy White Announces The Winning FABO Story!

Wow! The FaBo stories took directions I wasn’t expecting this time. Some were funny, one rocketed into sci-fi and one in particular featured a strange boy who barely said a word. 1,524 more words

Fabo Story

Writing Tip: Mental Break

One of the hardest parts about being a writer is learning how to handle the mental stress. It’s no secret that creating a novel, of any length, takes a lot of time and effort. 203 more words

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Writing Tip: Repetition in Poetry

There are many ways to use repetition in poetry. Each type of repetition can have a different impact on the way that your writing sounds and have a different effect on your readers. 249 more words

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#ScienceFiciton #FridayRead Frontier Mine on the Moon - Crater by Homer Hickam

Crater Trueblood is an up-right, low-key teenage hero. He is born and raised on the Moon with an unworthy best friend, a crush on a girl he only argues with, and – soon after the story begins – a new job he can’t seem to get right. 584 more words

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How to Become a Better Writer #writing #awards

Last year, Safkhet Publishing entered Grumpy Old Menopause for The Wishing Shelf Awards and as I reported last month it won a silver award. Now, before your eyes glaze over and you think I’m crowing about winning an award, I’m not. 985 more words

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