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Showing and Telling in your Novel – Emalie Jacobs

One of the biggest struggles for new writers is how to show and not tell. Here is some expert advice from an experienced teller.

How to Write a Book Proposal to Get a Publisher (long) Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Ideas, Start Writing, Writing Images, Writing Humor

How to write a book proposal: the 5 things publishers look for

An editor reveals the 5 things publishers look for in book proposals so you can learn how to write a nonfiction book proposal that sells!

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Indie Author Spotlight

It's Indie Author Sunday! Every other Sunday, we're posting an interview with a different indie author along with posts about them on all our social media accounts. This week it's L.S. Fellows, the author of Magical Memories. WW: Tell us about your experience with Indie publishing? LSF: I didn’t start writing with the

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If you're totally stumped about where to find last names for your characters, try these five places. Writing Genres, Book Writing Tips, Writing Promps, Writing Characters, Writing Words, Fiction Writing, Writing Quotes, Writing Resources, Writing Help

5 Places to Find Last Names for Your Characters

Finding a first name for your character is easy-peasy squeezy lemon. There are a literal billion baby name websites out there. Last names, though? That's...a little more complicated. There's something about having to choose a last name that makes me freeze up. I can't... #amediting #amwriting #book

The Chekhov's Gun Guide to Foreshadowing. If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it’s not going to be fired, it shouldn’t be hanging there. Book Writing Tips, Writer Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Improve Writing, Writing Guide, Writing Strategies

The "Chekhov's Gun" Guide to Foreshadowing

"If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off." For a great story ending, scatter "guns" early on to go off at the climax.

The Secret to Vivid Writing - Ink and Quills Fiction Writing, Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Styles, Writing Workshop, Writing Boards

The Secret to Vivid Writing - Ink and Quills

You know how some writers have a way of bringing a scene to life and making it feel as though it’s real? It’s a strange enchantment. We are willing to believe anything the author says because it’s so vivid, how could it not be true? What is this sorcery, you ask? Thankfully it’s not really …

2 psychological hacks that work to stop writing anxiety/writers block. "Too Scared To Write? The One-Two Punch Approach That Finally Got Me Writing" Seriously helpful writing tips. Fiction Writing, Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Start Writing, Writing Workshop

The One-Two Punch Writing Tip That Finally Got Me Writing

Writer's block is about fear. So this two-pronged psychological hack for writers neutralizes writing-angst before it starts so you can get to writing.

Writing a mystery novel involves creating suspense, actively involving the reader, using red herrings and more. Learn how to write great mystery fiction. Writing Genres, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Images, Writer Tips, A Writer's Life

Writing a Mystery Novel - 7 Elements | Now Novel

Writing a mystery novel involves creating suspense, actively involving the reader, using red herrings and more. Learn how to write great mystery fiction.

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Magic O'Clock: A fictional tale of dementia and hope (Magic: A Father / Daughter Story Book 1)

Magic O'Clock: A fictional tale of dementia and hope (Magic: A Father / Daughter Story Book 1) - Kindle edition by Fellows, L S. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Magic O'Clock: A fictional tale of dementia and hope (Magic: A Father / Daughter Story Book 1).

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The Hardest Goodbye (Family by Choice Book 20)

The Hardest Goodbye (Family by Choice Book 20) - Kindle edition by Nadler, Robin, Photography, LLpix. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Hardest Goodbye (Family by Choice Book 20).

Five Advantages of Third Person Omniscient POV - Ingrid Sundberg Improve Writing, Writing Help, Writing Folders, Copy Editing, Teacher Helper, The Secret World, Writing Characters, Writing Advice

Five Advantages of Third Person Omniscient POV - Ingrid Sundberg

To continue my series on the point of point of view lets take a look at the use of the third person omniscient POV. In previous posts we discussed the pros and cons of using the first person, now lets consider the use of third person. There are multiple types of third person POV including:...

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