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Here at The Write Nook we love to encourage you to make goals! They could be as small as “go to bed at 10pm” or as big as “finish my novel this month.” The key is to think of what...
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My hopes are that you have read the title and your mind has been filled with Fleetwood Mac. However, if that is not the case please listen to the song before you continue… just kidding, but it is a great...
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Whether you are an avid journal writer or you’re starting because of a new year’s resolution…welcome! Every now and then it’s good to go back to the basics. These are in no means an ‘How to’ on journal writing- just...
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New year, new you right? Well how about we start thinking about the impossible. Change your mindset and go beyond what is realistic, and think instead of the impossible! It might be scary at first but think of all the...
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Hello 2021! What a year, am I right? But, now it’s time to welcome the new year the way most people do- with great resolutions! It is the time to reflect on the previous year and see where you want...
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With this blog we encourage writers to write, and keep writing. That is how you get better and find your inner most thoughts and ideas. But what happens when you write and write and don’t finish? What do you do...
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Having an array of characters makes each story unique and fun. Today, I want to dive into a foxy lady we all love to hate, the one who almost always gets her way: the femme fatale. Before we dive into...
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We’ve all been there…a friend gets a glimpse of a book on your shelf that ends up going home with them, but never ends up back on your shelf… There is a certain book lending etiquette that some people surpass,...
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Lucky day for you! Today we are going to dive into trickery and deception to write my favorite fluid character archetype: the trickster. Now, this can be on of the protagonist’s friends or one of the antagonist’s henchmen. Or, plot twist,...
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Your first chapter needs to be the ultimate hook! Something that will encaptivate publishers, agents, and readers (no pressure). But don’t worry, that’s why you’re here…read on to discover the writers chapter one checklist.   Disclaimer: Everyone’s books are different so...
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