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Elmore Leonard's writing tips (He's right about many things of course. You should leave a lot to the reader's imagination, do not over-describe! And yeah, adverbs after 'said' makes you almost...puke!)

How to Write the Beginning of a Novel: 10 Things You Shouldn't Do

If you're wondering how to write the beginning of a novel, here are 10 things you should avoid doing in your first three chapters.

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How to Overcome Writing Doubts and Rock Your Novel Style

William Shakespear ( born on 26 April 1564 and died on 23 April 1616 ) was an English poet and playwright widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English ...

21 Weight Loss Tips You've Probably Never Tried (with pictures)

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6 Secrets to Writing a Killer Synopsis: 1) Set the Scene 2) Find the Central Conflict 3) Sprinkle in Key Details 4) Use the Present Tense 5) Go Easy on the Modifiers 6) Set Up the Third Act--and Stop There