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Reading and Writing

Reading and Writing

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12 dumb things writers do to sidetrack success


10 Quotes About Writing from Ursula Le Guin

Book Hangovers (What being a fangirl of The Selection is like)

So You Want to Write a Novel

So You Want to Write a Novel

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It's not called laziness... it's productive work and research for my novels!

Teri Harman | Author of magic and wonder

Body Language – Cheat Sheet | Writers Write

Body Language - Cheat Sheet

Quotable - Haruki Murakami

To read is to voyage through time

Useful writing exercises. This may also help with creating the mythology and spirituality/religion of my fictional worlds.

Using Myths for Writing Prompts

Crying - tips for writers. Now I know if I'm going over the top with my writing!

When a Character Cries

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Days of Anger – The Beginning Other words that mean the same as anger. Wow, this makes me not want to be thought of as angry!

Days of Anger - The Beginning - This Happy Mom

The Sarcastic Muse Writing Prompts

Kamille was present at the time of her parent's death. She won't tell anyone exactly what happened, but she's constantly haunted by nightmares that replay the scene she's tried so hard to forget.

For Goodness' Sake

100 Unique Yet Beautiful Girls' Names-ah Leona made the list for once! Love it!!

100 Unique Yet Beautiful Girls' Names

Character flaws: The seven chief features of ego: A chief feature is a dominant negative attitude, a defensive and potentially destructive pattern of thinking, feeling and acting. We all have at least one. We create it during adolescence, and thereafter it manifests as a lifelong character flaw or personality defect.