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Want to Be a Writer or Editor? Read This First: Tool of the trade.

Want to Be a Writer or Editor? Read This First: Tool of the trade.

5 Common Writing Mistakes | There are a couple of common writing mistakes that will instantly peg you as a novice to any agent or editor, but are really easy to fix if you know what they are. Click through for writing tips to conquer those 5 common mistakes.

5 Common Writing Mistakes That Make You Look Like an Amateur

5 Common Writing Mistakes | There are a couple of common writing mistakes that will instantly peg you as a novice to any agent or editor, but are really easy to fix if you know what they are. Click through for writing tips to conquer those 5 common mistakes.

Picture this: a magical notebook that collects your lists of character names, rough draft progress meters, and memorable feedback from readers all in one place. Imagine being able to organize it and add new things as you go, without needing to allocate perfectly spaced sections ahead of time. There’s even a special page that helps you find whatever you’re looking for in seconds. Click the pin to read more about the magic of bullet journaling for writers! // Something Delicious

Bullet Journaling for Fiction Writers

Picture this: a magical notebook that collects your lists of character names, rough draft progress meters, and memorable feedback from readers all in one place. Imagine being able to organize it and add new things as you go, without needing to allocate perfectly spaced sections ahead of time. There’s even a special page that helps you find whatever you’re looking for in seconds. Click the pin to read more about the magic of bullet journaling for writers! // Something Delicious

Stanley Kunitz on writing. Ooo, good point. Rosemary Sutcliff did this in the end of "Outcast"; she created an image that harkened back to an image from earlier in the book, and I've never forgotten it. It made me cry. It was such a perfect ending to the book. :)

Stanley Kunitz on writing. Ooo, good point. Rosemary Sutcliff did this in the end of "Outcast"; she created an image that harkened back to an image from earlier in the book, and I've never forgotten it. It made me cry. It was such a perfect ending to the book. :)

How Blogging Can Help You Write Your Novel | e.a. deverell: creative writing blog

How Blogging Can Help You Write Your Novel

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