Best Pro Tip For Writing in Deep POV
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Best Pro Tip For Writing in Deep POV

by Lisa Hall Wilson Depending on the genre you’re writing, you might’ve been told or heard that you need to know or write in Deep POV. I get it. It’s definitely more popular in some genres than others. However, so many people who join my Facebook group for help learning deep POV and writing emotions, Read more

Writing Spies: How To Bug a Room
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Writing Spies: How To Bug a Room

by Piper Bayardof Bayard & Holmes The basic function of intelligence personnel (a.k.a. “spooks”) is to collect information on people and organizations. One way of doing that is to plant “bugs.” People often ask why anyone would bother physically bugging a room when there are so many ways to hack into everything from computers and Read more

Everything Has A Story
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Everything Has A Story

by Eldred “Bob” Bird If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my writing life, it’s that everything has a story. Every object within my sphere came from somewhere. It had a beginning and will eventually have an end. Along the way it may pass through many hands and touch countless lives before being swallowed up Read more

I Wrote a Book, Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish
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I Wrote a Book, Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish

The article I Wrote a Book, Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish appeared first on The Write Practice. Today’s post is written by guest writer Audrey Chin. Audrey is a Southeast Asian writer whose work explores the intersections between gender, faith and culture. Her essays, short stories, novels and contemplative verses Read more

Cure Your Inner Frustrated Writer
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Cure Your Inner Frustrated Writer

by Colleen M. Story You know what it’s like to be a frustrated writer. It goes something like this. Jenna put out three different freebies on her website to attract new subscribers to her newsletters. None of them were as successful as she hoped. After months of work, she’s only increased her subscriber list by Read more

5 Ways Your Story Hurts Your Novel
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5 Ways Your Story Hurts Your Novel

By Janice Hardy (@Janice_Hardy) When your technical writing skills are at a professional level, but you’re still not getting bites from agents, editors (or readers if you self-publish), it’s time to look at the story itself. One of the more frustrating aspects of being an author is the sheer unfairness of publishing. There’s a strange Read more

Finding Time to Write: 3 Foolproof Ways to Write With a Busy Schedule
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Finding Time to Write: 3 Foolproof Ways to Write With a Busy Schedule

The article Finding Time to Write: 3 Foolproof Ways to Write With a Busy Schedule appeared first on The Write Practice. Whether or not you write for a living, you probably have a lot of other responsibilities, like a day job, school, or parenting. Still, finding time to write is necessary for any writer who Read more