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The Writing Process

via The Writing Process The best tip I can share with you is as follows: Do what works for you. By this I mean, If you feel like writing every day, then do so, however, if that doesn’t work for … Continue reading

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Five ways to Boost your Creative Writing

Want to improve your writing? Here’s are some tips for doing just that, and improving your life overall. Read the following Blog post, then come back and let me know what you think in the comments below, or you can … Continue reading

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How to sell you book series by writing another book.

via How to sell you book series by writing another book.   I am in the midst of writing my prequel for EE Books. Come join our humble little group of authors. More people promoting each other’s books, is better … Continue reading

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How To Write A Scene That Works: The Story Grid Way – by Valerie Francis…

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A simple guide to planning a novel – Part 1

via A simple guide to planning a novel – Part 1 Here is a guide for people who want to be writers, but don’t know how to go about plotting their stories. I don’t usually go into so much detail, … Continue reading

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Changing Up Your Writing Routine Could Solve Your Biggest Creative Problem

via Changing Up Your Writing Routine Could Solve Your Biggest Creative Problem Having a strict writing routine doesn’t always work for me. Whe I want to sit down and write or edit, I sometimes get bogged down. However, I can … Continue reading

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A second opinion of Unified English Braille, and a writing tip I discovered by reading this new braille code

Hello everyone, After reading my July issue of the Braille Music Magazine produced in Unified English Braille (UEB), in the UK, I have discovered that this change isn’t as bad as I first thought. Here’s why: At first I found … Continue reading

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