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Macon-born novelist Tina McElroy Ansa, NaNoWriMo founder Chris Baty and screenwriter Max Adams drop knowledge on Episode 2.

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24 Things No One Tells You About Book Publishing

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Michael J. Altman on

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How to Overcome Writing Doubts and Rock Your Novel Style (She's Novel)

How to Overcome Writing Doubts and Rock Your Novel Style

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9 Ways to Be a More Productive Writer - make more time for writing & get more done. Read the post to learn how to make it happen! >>>

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How I Learned to Write Every Day (and yes, you can, too!)

Despite all that life throws your way, you really can keep up a daily writing habit. It may sound insane, but the Writember Workshop teaches you...

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How to Find Your Writing Voice

Ready to learn how to find your writing voice? Click through to check out these simple steps for discovering and shaping your unique style in this post from SheNovel.com.

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Reading This Is So Satisfying

so important to teach sentence fluency to all writers! I am SUCH a stickler for editing and making sure writing SOUNDS good and fluid! (Maybe I should have been an English teacher instead...Haha)

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Pixar’s Rules Of Storytelling…

Pixar’s Rules Of Storytelling…. a list of writing tips.

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24 Quotes That Will Inspire You To Write More

Murder your Darlings. Writing Joss Whedon - LIKE A BOSS!

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Body language cheat sheet…

Useful not only for showing rather than telling emotion, but also for writing characters who are good at reading body language.