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The World That Was: Rodinia

Last issue we looked at the Resources I used. Today we are going to take a scientific look at how I came up with Pangaea, plus new discoveries. 426 more words

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A Simple Character Worksheet

There are a ton of these on the internet, and mine isn’t that special, but I wrote it with fantasy in mind. I consider this just a worksheet, … 1,172 more words

Writing

Using Pinterest As a Research Tool

by Jennie Jarvis

As a fiction writer, most of my job entails making crap up.

Yes, my stories are based in realities, and it’s important for those realties to ring true in the hearts and minds of my readers. 674 more words

Jennie

Twisted Tales 2016 announcement

Raging Aardvark Publishing is delighted to announce this years line up for Twisted Tales Flash Fiction Anthology. After enormous deliberation, we have ‘twisted the rules’ given the incredible stories submitted. 152 more words

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(Rambling Writer #7): Not knowing where to take a story

Ah yes… that moment when you’ve got a great idea and you think it out to conclusion and you realize that the story is a dead end. 360 more words

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(Rambling Writer #6): I don’t care

There are a few things I really don’t  care about. If you find a typo in something I’ve written, it doesn’t really bother me. Some writers really freak out about things like that. 249 more words

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Three Essential Content Writing Tools Every Writer Should Use

In a more professional sense, content writing is an art that requires analysis and the right know-how to fully reach audiences that seek value. Unlike traditional publicity, content writing requires specialists to actually engage with the target audience, with the idea to make people feel valued, and to offer solutions to the audience’s current predicament without being intrusive. 518 more words

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