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True love lives in actions and not in words

In novel writing (and maybe other forms of writing), there is really one cardinal rule to producing an excellent story. Sure, character development is key. Yes, plot is essential. 736 more words

Devotional

Don't hyphenate thank you...unless

When to hyphenate ‘thank you':

When used as an adjective: “Here’s a thank-you card”
When used as a noun: “A big thank-you goes to our sponsors” 10 more words

Writing Tips

Leaving Your Reader With a Great Ending

I just read several articles on-line about final sentences. We all know the importance of first sentences. Those are the words that hook the reader, that capture their attention, the ones that make them buy the book. 910 more words

#An Authors Thoughts

Book lovers...remember the Doctor? A missing treasure uncovered.

I’m not talking about Dr. Who. No, I’m referring to that amazing Doctor who wrote a book on a bet and created the most beloved stories of all time…Theodor Geisel, AKA Dr. 78 more words

Writing Tip: Writing for Yourself

Writing Tip: Writing for Yourself

There’s nothing wrong with writing poetry for yourself. Poetry writing has tremendous therapeutic and creative value. However, many young poets think they can get published and earn recognition without fostering their poetry skills. 170 more words

Poetry

Now Seeking Blogger

Now Seeking Blogger

Creative Talents Unleashed is currently seeking article and blog post writers for our Blog. We are looking for a Guest Blogger or Freelance Writer to write our Daily Writing Tips. 171 more words

Poetry