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MASTER LIST of Facial Expressions for Writers! This will help you set up dialogue and show how your characters are feeling. It's also helpful if you tend to use the same expressions over and over again (which lots of us do!) #writing #description

MASTER LIST OF PHYSICAL DESCRIPTIONS...how to describe faces, bodies, & even hair, for writers! #writingtips

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Unable to properly describe your main characters voice in your #NaNoWriMo novel? Check out this master list of voice descriptions! #writingtips #characters #description

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5 Books You Should Read If You Want To Write

Looking for ways to improve your writing? Here is a list of the top 5 books you should read if you want to write!

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Writing Dialogue - 7 Tips

Writing dialogue is an important skill to master if you want to immerse readers in your fictional world and story characters. Follow these 7 tips.

Third-person POV is one of the most flexible and powerful points of view in fiction. Learn to master it--especially deep third--with these four tips.