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How to Catch Your Reader's Eye: 4 Tips to Keep Them Reading.

There are a lot of things to think about when you write. What are you writing? What are your characters like? What is your entire plot line? 1,064 more words


Just Set a Start Date

by Meg Dowell

Do you find starting a project is more of a struggle than finishing one? Do you struggle to meet deadlines because you always start much later than you planned? 460 more words


College, Writing, & Blogging Tip: Where is your significance?

Hey Everyone!

Today’s tip is a short one, and really, I hope it is more thought-provoking than answer-providing.

When you start to write, what is your significance? 266 more words


It’s Simple…Do What You Love

I love giving tips to aspiring writers. When I see them have their “aha” moment, my heart smiles. I like when the light bulb comes on when they understand they are not weird because they like the pen, pencil and paper aisle. 148 more words

Cynthia L. Hatcher

Time Management for Writers

Hey Bookish People,

Today I want to talk about how I get all my writing done. One of the biggest barriers that people claim get in the way of their writing is a lack of time. 842 more words


Fleshing Out One-Dimensional Characters

NOTE: I dusted off some notes I took for a webinar, How to Revise Your NaNo Novel, from January 2016. Grant Faulkner hosted the segment on writing advice with guest speakers KM Weiland, James Scott Bell and Kami Garcia. 120 more words

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Describing Love with all Five Senses

What does love taste like? What does it smell like?

Love doesn’t have a taste or smell, you might say. But if you look a bit closer, you’ll realize it does. 366 more words