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Get On the Apps Train, Girl!

Hello, folks!

I’ve had quite an exceptional week (birthday and all)! However, that’s not what I’m here for today. No, in fact, it’s because I stumbled into the Android apps world and… I just can’t get out! 184 more words

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Alex Clark-McGlenn

Read Alex Clark-McGlenn’s “The Sign For Grief Is Crow.”

1. What made you want to become a writer?

Growing up I was severely dyslexic. 555 more words

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60 Words We Frequently Confuse

stationary

stationery

Fixed in a spot

Materials, such as paper

affect

effect

To act upon or make a difference to

The result of an action… 324 more words

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Cash Money

Money makes the world go round. I’ve written about remembering to feed your characters before, but another important character trait to remember is how they make that paper! 504 more words

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When to Use “That,” “Which,” and “Who”

When to Use “That,” “Which,” and “Who” – DailyWritingTips

When to Use “That,” “Which,” and “Who”

The proper use of the relative pronouns who, that, and which relate the subject of a sentence to its object, hence the name. 526 more words

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Three-Point Characterization

Three-Point Characterization,
or No, We Really Aren’t All Watching the Same Show
by Rachael Sabotini

To me, fanfic characterization revolves around the extrapolation of traits that we see in canon. 615 more words

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The 9 Ingredients of Character Development

The 9 Ingredients of Character Development

by Tom Pawlik

I remember back when cameras had something inside them called film that you had to get developed. 816 more words

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