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Book Writing Strategies: 10 Book Writing Tactics that End in Failure

The article Book Writing Strategies: 10 Book Writing Tactics that End in Failure appeared first on The Write Practice. Do you have trouble finishing a book? When you stop, do you ever consider what causes writer’s block? Do you need to learn som book writing strategies to help you get past that? In a recent Read more

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Realistic Dialogue: 16 Observations Writers Should Know About Real Life Talk

The article Realistic Dialogue: 16 Observations Writers Should Know About Real Life Talk appeared first on The Write Practice. Dialogue can make your story. In fact, as Shakespeare knew, you can tell a whole story just through authentic, realistic dialogue. You’re probably thinking: “Easier said than done.” Good stories are about real people, and people Read more

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How to Write When You Don’t Feel Like It: 5 Practical Tips You Can Try Today

The article How to Write When You Don’t Feel Like It: 5 Practical Tips You Can Try Today appeared first on The Write Practice. Are there times in your life when it’s more difficult to write? Do you want to learn how to write when you don’t feel like it? As a writer, You probably Read more

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Your First Writing Practice

The article Your First Writing Practice appeared first on The Write Practice. Anyone can write for fifteen minutes a day. But imagine how fifteen minutes of creative writing each day could change your life. Fifteen minutes of writing practice a day, and I can turn you from an aspiring writer to a daily writer. How does Read more

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Deliberate Practice: How to Become Great (At Writing or Anything)

The article Deliberate Practice: How to Become Great (At Writing or Anything) appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you become truly great at something, one of the best in the world? Or at least better than you are? Many people believe that greatness comes from talent and natural inclination. They believe that great Read more

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Are Memoirs Nonfiction: Important Rules of Memoir Writing

The article Are Memoirs Nonfiction: Important Rules of Memoir Writing appeared first on The Write Practice. Are you writing a memoir or novel? Are memoirs nonfiction? Or is there a difference? When you’re writing memoir, you do have to tell the truth. You don’t have to get the truth down perfectly, giving some opportunity to fill Read more

Points of a Story: 6 Key Plot Points That Every Story Needs
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Points of a Story: 6 Key Plot Points That Every Story Needs

The article Points of a Story: 6 Key Plot Points That Every Story Needs appeared first on The Write Practice. One thing writers have told me consistently is that knowing story structure and the major plot points—or points of a story—makes writing great stories easier. But what are the main points of a story? How Read more

The 10 Types of Stories and How to Master Them
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The 10 Types of Stories and How to Master Them

The article The 10 Types of Stories and How to Master Them appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you write a best-selling novel or an award-winning screenplay? You might say, great writing or unique characters or thrilling conflict. But so much of writing a great story is knowing and mastering the type of story Read more

The Write Structure Reviews: Will The Write Structure Help You Write a Great Book?
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The Write Structure Reviews: Will The Write Structure Help You Write a Great Book?

The article The Write Structure Reviews: Will The Write Structure Help You Write a Great Book? appeared first on The Write Practice. I published my new book, The Write Structure, last week, and it’s been amazing to see the response. People are getting so much out of the book. It’s always an honor to get Read more

Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer
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Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer

The article Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you defeat procrastination, write more in less time, and do it with less struggle? Two words: writing sprints. Word sprints are an amazing writing tool that you can use to improve your writing. Sprinting pushes you Read more