22 ways to create compelling content

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15 ways to coin a successful book title #infographic

15 ways to coin a successful book title (infographic)

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Commonly Misspelled Words

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Writing is hard, and writing without repeating yourself is very, very hard—but as you may have already noticed, one of the most repeated words in English is the intensifying modifier "very.

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14 “Insider” Tips That Will Cure You of Writer’s Block Forever

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Authors Share Their Favorite Places to Read (and Write!) in Paris | Read It Forward

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Start writing and keep writing - get your story out <3

WRITING PROMPTS

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A Kitten's Guide to Writing

A Kitten's Guide to Writing

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Writing Micro-concepts: The more killer micro-concepts you come up with, the richer your scenes and the more addicting your story will become, because even the parts that aren't vital to the story are freaking interesting. Even the "slow" parts are cool.

Writing Micro-concepts

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3 Steps to Create Arguments with Maximum Punch

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Writer's Comic

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Really interesting details of plot structures, broken down. They make it look easy.

NaNoWriMo Outline: Your 30-Day Cheatsheet

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Stressed-Out Characters – Just the Way We Want Them--Guest Post by Diane Krause -Using the Birkman Method

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Don't let plot mistakes keep readers from loving your novel. Find and fix your novel's plot holes before your book goes to print. Check out these writing tips from ShesNovel.com

How to Find and Fix Your Novel's Plot Holes | She's Novel

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Naming Characters (Great tips for writers)

Naming Characters ~ Writer Owl

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Author A.J. Banner gathers and shares a few important tips from mentors that helped guide her when writing her psychological suspense novel, The Good Neighbor.

Five Tips for Writing a Psychological Thriller

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7 Deadly Sins of Fantasy Writing - Author J.S. Morin

7 Deadly Sins of Fantasy Writing - Author J.S. Morin

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If you can identify on-the-nose dialogue and learn how to replace it with rich undercurrents of subtext, you're on your way to becoming a master author.

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J. K. Rowling's Top 10: Good Tips for Writing a Book

J. K. Rowling's Top 10: Good Tips for Writing a Book

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Writing tips from a Pulitzer Prize winning journalists and author in this Part I: How To Write a Nationally Bestselling Book // The 10-Point Checklist

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Work Habits of Great Writers-

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NaNoWriMo 2015 has officially begun! Stay motivated with tips from 5 authors who turned their NaNoWriMo novels into Best Sellers!

The NaNoWriMo Success Series: 5 NaNoWriMo Books that Became Best Sellers – Tomi Adeyemi

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Don't give up on writing your book - by Natasha Lester.

On Giving Up: It's Easy to Stop Writing Your Book, But Here's Why You Shouldn't - Natasha Lester, Author

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#NaNoWriMo

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Writer and Proud: The Difference Between Villains and Antagonists

The Difference Between Villains and Antagonists

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