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"The Writer's Journey Roadmap". "The power of the quirky detail" - so, fair enough.

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The Writer's Journey Roadmap is a weekly prompt sent out by 7-time author Laura Davis. You can post your responses to the weekly prompts on the Roadmap blog, a free, lively, supportive online writing community. www.lauradavis.net/roadmap
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This is excellent for any writer to keep in mind. Number 9 needs to be emphasized to students because they never think what they write is ever good enough.

Good list of writing tips and then a good article on how to publish your first book (Get Him Back Writing Prompts)

I write by these tips and I write stories I am proud of! Write all the time, and your writing will enhance itself ❤️ enjoy

Writing Tips - So important to write what's inside you, not what others want you to write.

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They missed my favourite: 75%, realise you haven't actually planned out the climax of the book. You thought you had, but your note just says "kaboom". Sigh.
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How an author feels when writing a book (infographic)

Author Michelle Griep has created this infographic when working on her novella “The End”. I’m sure many authors share the same emotions…

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In our line of work, we are privileged to have up-close, intimate access to the writer's process. Often, that means being privy to the heights and depths of literary creativity: insecurity, delus.

They missed my favourite: 75%, realise you haven't actually planned out the climax of the book. You thought you had, but your note just says "kaboom". Sigh.

They missed my favourite: 75%, realise you haven't actually planned out the climax of the book. You thought you had, but your note just says "kaboom". Sigh.

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Write down things you like in books you read, and incorporate them into your own books and stories.

I've always heard "write the book you want to read," but never explained so well. I need to go write right now.

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The BIGGER the issue, the SMALLER you write.

The bigger the issue, the smaller you write. Remember that. You don't write about the horrors of war. You write about a kid's burnt socks lying on the road. You pick the smallest manageable part of the big thing, and you work off the resonance.

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"Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass." - Anton Chekhov * This right here is "Show, don't Tell"

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