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My new book, crowdsourcing paris, is now available

My new book, crowdsourcing paris, is now available
Chen Chen 6 hours, 10 minutes ago
ASSESSMENT BLOG ABOUT RESOURCES USearchtHelpLoginJoin Our Writing GrouplSelect Page by Joe Bunting | 0 comments Exciting news: today my new book, Crowdsourcing Paris, is published! I’ve been working on this book for five years, and I’m so excite...
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Checklist: how to write a pitch that doesn’t suck

Checklist: how to write a pitch that doesn’t suck
Anceany Anceany 6 days ago
Mridu Khullar Relph 9 CommentsUPDATED Are your pitches the reason you’re not getting freelancing work? Pitches or query letters are often the scariest part of freelancing for both new and experienced freelance writers. But master the art of the pitc...
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When your character is his own worst enemy

When your character is his own worst enemy
Chen Chen 7 days ago
Traditionally, there are four general types of opposition at the heart of a story. While our protagonist might face multiple kinds of opposition, the primary one will usually fall into man vs. man, man vs. nature, man vs. society, or man vs. self (and o...
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Writing skills: steal my efficiency hacks to hit your target word count

Writing skills: steal my efficiency hacks to hit your target word count
Ekta Ekta 7 days ago
Are you tired of trying to draft a 1,000-word article, only to find your first draft clocks in at 3,000 words? Then it’s time to gain some new writing skills and learn how to write to length. A reader recently asked me if I had a resource on how to hit...
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A challenge to write life-changing fiction (+giveaway)

A challenge to write life-changing fiction (+giveaway)
Anceany Anceany 7 October, 2019
HomeStart Here!StoreAboutContactStory Structure DatabaseK.M. Weiland Site by K.M. Weiland | @KMWeiland157 CommentsWriting InspirationEmailTweet Stories have intentions. That wonderful idea was just one of many nuggets I found myself highlighting in w...
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How to use nanowrimo to further your writing

How to use nanowrimo to further your writing
Prestige Prestige 5 October, 2019
by Tim Suddeth @TimSuddethIt’s almost that time of year again. No, not pumpkin-spice season. NaNoWriMo.Now, for the very few of you who are asking what is that, NaNoWriMo is the National Novel Writing Month that takes place annually in November. Can you...
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Getting dialogue right: how to use dialogue tags and action beats

Getting dialogue right: how to use dialogue tags and action beats
Chen Chen 5 October, 2019
Ali Luke 7 CommentsUPDATED Whatever type of fiction you write, you’ll almost certainly need to include some dialogue. Even non-fiction writers may want to use dialogue occasionally (perhaps in an anecdote, or as part of an imagined conversation with a...
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How to write (and live) a happy ending: kristina mcmorris

How to write (and live) a happy ending: kristina mcmorris
Anceany Anceany 2 October, 2019
ASSESSMENT BLOG ABOUT RESOURCES USearchtHelpLoginJoin Our Writing GrouplSelect Page by Joe Bunting | 0 comments What does it take to write a happy ending? Better yet, what does it take to live a happy ending? A novel about the Great Depression m...
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Resolve to send the requested proposal

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Theme—the abstract element of novel writing

Theme—the abstract element of novel writing
Prestige Prestige 30 September, 2019
Edie here. Today I'm excited to introduce our newest columnist, Kathleen Neely. I've known this talented author for several years and so glad she'll be blogging regularly here on The Write Conversation. Be sure to give her a warm welcome!Theme—The Abstr...
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The intersection of character transformation and moral dilemma

The intersection of character transformation and moral dilemma
Ekta Ekta 30 September, 2019
The protagonist’s transformational journey is highlighted in countless stories, whether novels, movies, or plays. If you take time to examine some of your favorite stories, you should be able to identify key scenes or moments in which this transformatio...
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7 book publishing terms writers should know: a literary agent’s guide

7 book publishing terms writers should know: a literary agent’s guide
Prestige Prestige 30 September, 2019
Mark Gottlieb 15 CommentsUPDATED As a literary agent in major trade publishing at the Trident Media Group literary agency, I often have to explain many of these key book publishing terms and phrases to new clients. This serves as a light glossary of ...
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Follow this editor’s winning advice to punch up your pitch letter

Follow this editor’s winning advice to punch up your pitch letter
Chen Chen 29 September, 2019
You take the time to write a solid pitch letter, send it off, and then you wait…and wait some more. It kind of feels like you’re in the boxing ring, circling, waiting for some action, or a reply. Sound familiar? Maybe nothing happens. What’s your nex...
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Don't let your writing get caught in a crab bucket

Don't let your writing get caught in a crab bucket
Chen Chen 29 September, 2019
Edie here. Back in 2010 I met a writer and really loved her spiritual insight and her writing style. I invited her to contribute a guest post to The Write Conversation. She did and then we eventually lost connection. This summer we ran into each other a...
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Writing romance: avoid these 5 mistakes when crafting relationships

Writing romance: avoid these 5 mistakes when crafting relationships
Anceany Anceany 29 September, 2019
Bella Pope 39 CommentsUPDATED I’ll be the first to admit that there’s a serious problem with romantic relationships in literature nowadays. And worse, this issue seems to be overlooked by the large majority of writers — until it’s too late, that is. ...
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How to become an author: joanna penn

How to become an author: joanna penn
Anceany Anceany 24 September, 2019
ASSESSMENT BLOG ABOUT RESOURCES ASSESSMENTBLOGABOUTRESOURCESJoin Our Writing GrouptHelpLoginJoin Our Writing GrouplSelect Page by Joe Bunting | 0 comments What does it take to become an author? How do you go from working in an uninspiring job an...
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Top 5 tips for surviving a content edit

Top 5 tips for surviving a content edit
Chen Chen 23 September, 2019
by Ane Mulligan @AneMulliganSome people hate editing, but I love this phase of writing. For me, that's where a good story becomes great. Where description becomes reader experience. When the pig gets lipstick.
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The crucial setup scene in your novel

The crucial setup scene in your novel
Chen Chen 23 September, 2019
Way too often writers start their novels in the wrong place. With a scene that does the premise a disservice. The setup is tricky but essential to nail. You have to be concise, succinct, and deliberate regarding what you show and tell about your charac...
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How to write a memoir: 7 creative ways to tell a powerful story

How to write a memoir: 7 creative ways to tell a powerful story
Prestige Prestige 22 September, 2019
Brooke Warner 163 CommentsUPDATED Whether you curl up with memoirs on a frequent basis or pick one up every now and again, you know powerful memoirs have the capacity to take you, as a reader, for an exhilarating ride. When I teach people how to write...
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Find emails (and see if yours got read): 8 tools for writers

Find emails (and see if yours got read): 8 tools for writers
Anceany Anceany 22 September, 2019
Find emails…when you’ve got the perfect story idea for a magazine or want to reach out to a marketing director, you need their email address. That single piece of information is your lifeline to success if you want to pitch prospects, land assignments,...
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