How Reading a Novel Can Improve the Brain

How Reading a Novel Can Improve the Brain

By lee dye It's amazing you can read these words. It took millions of years for humans, and our recent ancestors, to develop the visual and motor and auditory skills that let us function in the complex world we inhabit today. But in less than 5,000 years, a brief span...

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Ten Writing Tips for Creating an Antagonist

Ten Writing Tips for Creating an Antagonist

Even if you are here for writing tips for creating an antagonist, you may still think your protagonist is the most important part of your book. Think again. Your story is only as good as your antagonist—the character standing in the way of your protagonist and his...

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How to Earn Respect as a Writer

How to Earn Respect as a Writer

Writing sometimes is a skill most people take for granted because they feel once you are learned then you can write. This is why as a writer, you should work twice as hard as people in other professions like law or medicine in order to gain the respect you deserve....

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Why You Hate Writing

Why You Hate Writing

The blank page is a nightmare. The great writers of the ages have feared it more than evil spirits, wasting disease, and visiting in-laws. Yet, if you want something to happen, you’ve got to spill the ink on that thing. You’ve got to do it every day. Like a detective,...

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