How to Describe a Character |

Describing your characters can really determine how your readers respond to them.

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128 Words to Use Instead of “Very” | The Passive Voice | A Lawyer’s Thoughts on Authors, Self-Publishing and Traditional Publishing

Some _ _ _ _ useful advice on how to avoid a pretty common mistake.

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Source: 128 Words to Use Instead of “Very” | The Passive Voice | A Lawyer’s Thoughts on Authors, Self-Publishing and Traditional Publishing

Symbolism & Setting—The Perfect Marriage | Kristen Lamb’s Blog

Things to strive toward in your writing. Fill it to the rim with these things. Make it so these powerful elements help to drive your story forward and your reader cannot put your book down.

In stories, this depth can be added a number of ways—through subplots, character arc, subtext, theme, and symbolism. Of them all, I think symbolism is one of the simplest methods to employ, and it …

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Don’t Derail Your Writing Career Before it Starts: 8 Ways New Writers  Sabotage Themselves – Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris

Things to avoid in your writing journey.

By Anne R. Allen   We all make mistakes. It’s how we learn. But some mistakes have the potential to end a writing career before it starts. Today I’m talking about the things a lot of writers do that can keep them from having a career—or derail it for a long time. How do I know […]

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