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5 Effectual Books To Turbocharge Your Writing – Fupping

All good writers are avid readers. And regardless of how long you’ve been writing or how accomplished you are, there is always room to...

Eritrean Novelist Haji Jaber: On Writing the Stories of the Falasha...

Eritrean novelist Haji Jaber was recently longlisted for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction for his novel Black Foam. A translated excerpt of the novel —...

5 Myths About Writing Characters

This article is by C.D. Waller. Writing strong characters is one of the biggest secrets to pulling readers into your story. Here are five myths...

What Writing Advice Really Means – The Writing Cooperative

The best writers listen, learn, and take advice from others. Whether it comes from a seasoned author or your Aunt Betsy who knows little...

Writing Indescribable : Women Writers, Women’s Books

How do I begin to write the story of my childhood sexual abuse, how do I find the words to explain the indescribable situation...

Writing Content For Your Campaign Website

What should I write for my campaign website?This is a question that comes up occasionally when we get a new campaign website client. Sometimes...

Writing Excuses Retreat 2019 Scholarships! | Writing Excuses

The seventh annual Writing Excuses Workshop and Retreat is going to be amazing! We begin in Houston, TX, on September 13; we’ll visit Cozumel,...

Ten Rules for Writing Killer Romance: Part Two

Hello Readers! If you missed the first article of this three-part series, check it out right here. The romance genre is unique in that writers...

7 Steps to Writing a Sermon – Part Three – Building...

In this series of posts, we are discovering a practical guide to go from a blank page to ready for Sunday in seven steps....

Where to Begin: Developing Fiction Writers | TWO WRITING TEACHERS

Where to Begin: Developing Fiction Writers Over the winter break, I was thinking about my upcoming unit of study–realistic fiction. I began thinking about ways students...
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