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Writing.Com welcomes writers of all interests and skill levels. Whether you're a writer looking for the perfect place to store and display your poetry, stories and other writing or a reader willing to offer feedback for our writers and their writings, this is the website for you. Meet and bond with fresh creative minds! All members may display up to ten items for free in their own portfolio....
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Become the novelist of your dreams with Hiveword's novel organizer, expert advice by a writing coach, and curated articles on writing. Since 2011, Hiveword has helped writers organize their novels and get better at their craft. Instantly search 40,000+ articles on writing with the Writer's Knowledge Base. Track your characters, scenes, and more with Hiveword's powerful novel organizer. Finally,...
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Writing Outliner is an outliner that's seamlessly integrated with MS Word, it turns MS Word into an all-in-one writing software for long or complex writing projects. Write your next novel, non-fiction book, manual or academic document in MS Word with great ease! Writing Outliner is a Word add-in...
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Learn how to write a book the easy way. Get writing feedback and motivation to finish writing your novel. Start now! "The mentorship opportunity at NowNovel.com is exactly what I needed to stop talking about writing my book and start writing it. With four kids and a full-time job, it was easy to...
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Practical help for hungry writers. Subscribe and get a free e-book: 100 Freelance Writing Questions Answered. Hi writers — I’m excited to bring you this guest post from someone brilliant I connected with recently, Dave Chesson. He’s an expert in creating e-books that do well on Amazon. I’ve had a...
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Share your poetry, short stories and novels. Join writing groups. Enter writing contests. Search publishers, literary agents and literary magazines. If you see something, say something,likely could have saved 'emhad I left the shade,tried to save face,and for what?you're not here today..Tailored yourselfto the roofto try it on for size,paralleled it tothe Nike checkschipping at your heels.Time...
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Official store of Writers Digest, the #1 resource for writing books and what it means to be a writer in today's publishing environment. Learn to write to the best of your ability with the industry’s best writing books covering fiction writing, nonfiction writing, professional advice on writing novels, poetry writing and more. Whether you need to improve your writing skills, perfect grammar and...
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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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This article follows on from my previous article Structuring Your Novel: Chapters and Their Endings. When I first ventured into writing fiction, it seemed everyone wanted a chapter summary – manuscript appraisers, agents, editors, publishers, marketing teams – they all wanted chapter summaries! I thought it was because they didn’t have time to read the entire story. They wanted a quick summary...
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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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Book writing software.For over 20 years our writing software has helped write books, novels, movies, and academic papers.Download the free trial version! The more pages you add to your book, report, manuscript or other written work, the more difficult it becomes to manage, navigate and polish – because your word processor only lets you see and work with one small piece of your work at a time....
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Historical novelists on writing historical novels. Some of the most satisfying compliments I’ve received regarding The Danilov Quintet are along the lines of ‘The city becomes a character in its own right’, – the city in question being either Moscow or Saint Petersburg, depending on which of the five novels is being reviewed. I’ll let you in on a secret: for the first novel, Twelve, my...
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If you'd like to meet author Susie Henderson, here's the place to do so. But what does it mean saying she’s rewritten? Read about it and how she hopes she can help you. Since I have now moved the How to Write a Novel website here in its entirety, I wanted to make an easy way for you to know you were in the section you wanted to be in on my Susie Henderson website. Therefore, I now have each...
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G.K. Chesterton was also a convert from the Anglican Church to the Catholic Church and created all sorts of memorable literary characters as a result. In The Man Who was Thursday, an anarchist group uses the days of the week for their cover names. But this is more than an ordinary thriller. G.K. Chesterton’s philosophy of theology is reflected in this metaphysical thriller. Catholics love to...
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Help for aspiring writers from a team of published authors. Tutorial lessons sharpen major fiction writing skills and writing prompts provide inspiration. Can you picture it? Stacking bbs can be fun, but it’s hard to make much progress. 😉 I used to wonder why professional publishers advise authors to select one genre–one style of story–and stick with it. I like to read LOTS of different...
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Honestly, throughout most of high school and college, I was a mediocre essay writer. Every once in a while, I would write a really good essay, but mostly I skated by with B’s and A-minuses. I know personally how boring writing an essay can be, and also, how hard it can be to write a good one. However, toward the end of my time as a student, I made a breakthrough. I figured out how to not only...
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Channel your literary genius through WEbook, an online community where you can share your works, get feedback from other writers & readers, and find literary agents. Get noticed by posting on PagetoFame where your writing can be voted on. Read our interview with the winner of our December Challenge, Kristy_Matthews here and get some interesting tips on using cliché in your writing too... "A...
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Golden-Globe winner Gerald DiPego has a system to create believable characters. By Gerald DiPego We are honored to host a Golden Globe winning screenwriter on the blog this week! Jerry DiPego has written over 40 feature and television films including Words and Pictures, the Forgotten, Angel Eyes, Message in a Bottle, Instinct, Phenomenon, and […]. Create memorable characters using carefully...
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Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction. Get inspired and make connections with diverse and talented literacy professionals. Share Your Story. Making Your Lessons “Sparkle”: Adventures of a Preservice Teacher Carrie Demmon Teacher. From fun activities to suggested books, we've got your out-of-school time...
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You’re never just a face in a crowd at Writers.com. Small groups keep our classes lively and intimate. Each class provides written lectures, projects and assignments, and discussion forums where you'll share your work with the instructor and the other students. Best of all, a teacher offers insights on every project you submit. These critiques help identify the patterns that can plague even the...
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