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10 Cartoons about Writing Writing is a serious business, but there’s always time for a chuckle Most writers can relate to the humor in cartoons written about writing, writers, or the writer’s life, especially if they see something of themselves in it. Some cartoons are good for a smile, or to bring out the lighter side of the writing business, or just to brighten your day a little. Here are...
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Give your writing a home on Writing.Com. Whether you're writing your first poem or your tenth creative writing novel, Writing.Com is write for you! From feedback on your writing to meeting other writers or readers, you'll be amazed at the online creative writing tools and features we provide. Sign up today and learn more about writing. You'll find writing tips, writing tricks, and writing...
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Do you wish there was a place you could go for writing inspiration and practice? Where you could hang out with other writers? Without needing to make a long-term commitment or spend a lot of money? With food and drink involved? Gotham Write-Ins are that place. Read More. The tools needed to write...
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Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson is America's Mad Professor of Fiction Writing. Discover why everyone's talking about Randy's methods for how to write a novel. Why is there so much free stuff here? Is there a catch? Am I selling something? No, there’s no catch. I’m a teacher. Teachers...
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World's largest short story, fiction, and poetry archive and community where writers and readers around the globe gather to share their passion. A recent upgrade of the Image Manager resulted in a bug which caused some images uploaded in the past few day to be malformed. We have since performed...
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At the heart of WVU is an active, supportive writing community representing all levels of writing skills and interest. Our members represent over 100 countries from across the globe; the majority have been with us 5 to 15 years. Most join for the courses, but stay for the groups. WVU Site Guides are available to help members get started. Our site guides are knowledgeable WVU Volunteers who love...
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“I think it takes a greater creative leap to attempt to throw yourself into a stranger and try to make sense of him or her in a way that often makes sense of yourself too”: Michelle Hoover and Allison Amend discuss their latest novels and the difficulties of writing fiction based on historical fact. “Most salient, however, is the way in which Veá inhabits his characters to evince what is...
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AutoCrit forces me to dive in and rethink every paragraph, what I am saying and how I am saying it. I have written 6 books, but this is my first fiction/novel work and fiction is a completely different animal. With AutoCrit, I can now focus—one paragraph at a time—with pointed direction. I believe AutoCrit is making me a better writer! AutoCrit takes care of all the details my eyes just don’t...
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SFWA is a professional organization for authors of science fiction, fantasy and related genres. Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America to Admit Game Writers Writers who help create narratives for video games, table-top roleplaying games and card games will be eligible to be admitted to the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) following a membership-wide vote. SFWA will...
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A creative writing forum dedicated to all writing, where writers can discuss publishing, plot, character development, word mechanics, and may use our Writing Workshop to further develop your writing. The Writing Workshop exists as a venue for members to give and receive reviews and critiques. The purpose of this workshop is to act as a means for constructive criticism to help improve everyone's...
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If you need help with nonfiction writing and are frustrated with trying to find it, you can relax. It's all here, in one place. So what does this mean for you? It means that the content here will focus primarily on the nonfiction writing you do at school and work. This covers 99% of the nonfiction spectrum. Even freelance writing is writing for work. In fact, it is writing for work in the...
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Adam Blumer fixes other people’s books to pay the bills. He writes his own to explore creepy lighthouses and crime scenes. He is the author of two Christian suspense novels, Fatal Illusions (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas) and its sequel, The Tenth Plague (Kirkdale Press). “One day I was reading the book of Revelation and came across 22:18–19. ‘I warn everyone who hears the words of the...
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Urrent facilities include an online forum, a concise key writing resources page, rapid critique system, and the Spotlight (many of us read several works by one writer and start a discussion about how that person can take the writing to the next level). Current members include Phobos and Writers of the Future winners; Clarion, Odyssey, and Literary Boot Camp graduates; and writers whose work has...
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How to Write Fan Fiction is dedicated to helping you become a better writer--whether you are thinking about writing your first story or your twenty-first story. As much as this is (and will remain) a site dedicated to the art and craft of writing Fan Fiction, I’d like to start talking a bit about how to take your Fan Fiction writing skills to the next level. With the breakout success of Fifty...
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Bobbi Linkemer is the author of 18 books under her own name, as well as a ghostwriter, book coach, and editor. She has guided many authors through the process of writing, publishing, and promoting their nonfiction books. A professional writer for more than 45 years, Bobbi's clients range from Fortune 100 companies to individuals who have something to say. Visit her Website at:...
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Fiction Writing Tips - Writing Tips for Writing a Book. There's more to writing a novel than just typing on a keyboard or scribbling in a notepad. Anyone who's faced the blank page knows the written word can be quite intimidating when it comes down to starting your novel and sticking with it to the final page. An old flame just wrote a tell-all book about you. Write an excerpt from the book and...
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Write Crime Fiction's online course teaches you how to write successful crime fiction at your own pace. Learn to write crime fiction like Ian Rankin & Lee Child. Ave you ever imagined what it would feel like to see YOUR name on the next Amazon bestseller list? Here is your opportunity to join the ranks of crime writers like Ian Rankin and Lee Child. With our outstanding 12 module step-by-step...
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A comprehensive resource for fiction writing. Explore The Writer’s Craft and exercise your muse—articles and courses, story starter hints, novel edits and critiques, and publishing advice. The Writer’s Craft is dedicated to improving your fiction writing. It is your FREE and complete resource for creative writing ideas and tips. Whether you are struggling with a first novel or you are a...
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Hiveword is software for organizing novels and short stories on the web. Hiveword is a sophisticated organizer that grows with your needs If you've read this far then you must be very serious about organizing your novel. That's great! What's better is that Hiveword Plus is an add-on that takes novel organization to the next level. Yours! So when you want to track custom types and fields, record...
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Writing Coach Emily Hanlon offers private coaching, workshops and book editing to all levels of writers. Master the Craft of Fiction Writing and Unleash Your Imagination, become the writer you've dreamed of being! ​​Marc was a recently retired school principal when he began working with me. The most creative writing he had done, was a memo! (Really, that’s what he...
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