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NaNoWriMo Tip #11 – Make Up Ground on the Weekends

Very few writers have a perfectly open schedule. With full-time jobs, commuting, families, friends, parties, pets, great movies, annoying neighbors,…

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NaNoWriMo Tip #4 – Have Fun!

Is it weird I need to even mention this? NaNoWriMo isn’t supposed to make you a crazed killer ala. The…

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How to know genre like a pro

One of the greatest mistakes a fiction writer can make is not understanding┬áthe genre they are writing in. Most writers…

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How to Write Subtext: Don’t Be Captain Obvious

At one point in time you’ve read a novel or watched a movie and finished it saying, “Man, that was…

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