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The Beginner's Guide to Writing a Mystery | Go Teen Writers

10 #Tips for #Writers by #Tolken #Infographic #StoneSquared #STONE²

10 #Tips for #Writers by #Tolken #Infographic #StoneSquared #STONE²

Here’s a guide to what a bullet really means when it slams into/grazes a hero/villain or sidekick/henchman on the silver screen. Creative writing guide.

from Now Novel

How do I Edit my Own Writing

'How do I edit my own writing?' A question asked by many new writers (and even experienced writers). Read this 5-step process for editing your own writing.

The 100 most beautiful words in English
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The 100 most beautiful words in English

ღღ The most beautiful words in the English language. It isn't just how they look or sound - it is how they feel when you say them. "Dessuetude" "Gossamer" "Mellifluous" "Labyrinthine"--doesn't exactly match my list, but it's interesting, anyway...

By Marcy Kennedy (@MarcyKennedy) I’m teaching at a writer’s conference this week, so instead of one of my in-depth posts, I thought I’d create a quick checklist for you. Here are 10 writing mistake...

from The Daily Positive

6 Ways Writers Ruin Their Chances Of Getting Published

Writing is a tough business, and no one knows it more than a writer. If you feel like you're spinning your wheels, this article has some great tips.

from iwastesomuchtime.com

A writers best friend.

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.B Wilcox