Common Errors We Often Make While Writing

Errors can mar one’s writing and this can be more embarrassing if one allows such errors get out without noticing them. Errors could detract a great deal from one’s writing and put off the audience from the message being portrayed. It also question the writer’s...

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How Goes the Flow in Your Story?

By Beth Hill Story passages have a rhythm, a pattern, a sound. Yet I don’t want to talk about rhythm so much as I do flow. Rhythm can affect flow, but it’s only one element that can. Let’s look at other story elements that can interfere with flow. Stories should flow,...

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8 Steps to Writing Your Own Book

In this post we showed you five reasons to write your own book. Now, let’s talk about the steps you must take to make this happen. 1. Create a plan Have you heard the popular saying that failing to plan is planning to fail?  If you want to write a book the first...

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How to Develop Your Writing Style

By Ginny Wiehardt Your writing style is the manner in which you express yourself and it evolves naturally over time. It develops from a combination of your personality, your reading choices, and conscious decisions you make while writing. So, what can you do to...

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10 Inspiring Reasons to Become a Writer

Many newcomers want to become a writer for all of the wrong reasons — and they usually give up when they learn that what they’ve read in guru books and the trade headlines does not match the true experience of pursuing such a career. If you want to avoid becoming a...

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