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Lisa Jewell's top 5 writing tips

Lisa Jewell, one of the UK’s most successful authors, has written 10 bestselling books over the past decade.

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Writing Rituals

Writers have their own space to work in, whether public or private. You could be sat in a coffee house on a rainy afternoon, on the park bench in the morning sun or hiding in your den at a desk with bits of paper everywhere. 207 more words

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Forgotten Posts: Poetry 201, Day 7: Fingers, Prose Poetry, Assonance

Here’s my entry for the day 7 of the (now over) Writing 201 Poetry Course. The prompts are Fingers, Prose Poetry and Assonance.

“Clickety-clack, clickety-clack… was the noise her fingers made,

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Post It Note Poetry Recap Week 4 - The End

Welcome to the end of the official month of Post It Note Poetry (don’t stop writing Post It Note Poetry; I won’t be stopping, only slowing down the production) but its time has come to an end for this year. 332 more words


Saturday Summation – 27 February 2015

Bits and pieces of things that caught my eye not only for my own interest, but enough to want to share with you, too…

I disappeared again for a bit because I was in writer-sprint-must-finish-this-book mode, which took precedence over the blog,… but I’m back with just a couple links for y’all today: 374 more words


Never underestimate the tom-foolery of a young writer with a 60,001 Baby Names book.

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Tip of the Week: Who's vs. Whose

In my tip of the week a few weeks ago, I mentioned that apostrophes are used to show possession. Having said that, I’m about to throw you guys a curveball while talking about the differences between who’s and whose. 223 more words