11 Simple Self-Editing Tips and Resources

For Fiction and Nonfiction Writing Self-editing will never take the place of an editor—an objective individual who has never before read your work and can make your writing worthy of being published. However, there are a few reasons why self-editing […]

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6 Simple Tips and Tricks for Winning NaNoWriMo

Have you ever heard of NaNoWriMo? It stands for National Novel Writing Month, and to celebrate writers often challenge themselves to write 50,000 words during the month of November. I know, that’s a lot of words, but it is possible! […]

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5 Story Prompts With Inspirational Photography

Whether you are killing time between novel projects, working through writers block, or seeking to improve your fiction writing skills with practice, story prompts are a fabulous way to get the creative ball rolling. But what’s better than plain story […]

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Interview With Author and Editor Savanna Roberts

Savanna Roberts is a New-Adult author, freelance editor, wife, and proud mama of a spunky little girl and two sweet kitties. She enjoys writing stories with complicated characters and hard situations, promising to never provide you with easy stories but […]

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How to Use Your Storytelling Instinct

The Unique Trait Fiction Writers Posses A storytelling instinct is a character trait you possess as a working writer. This innate instinct infiltrates all you do as a writer, and it’s what spurned you into the decision of prioritizing a […]

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