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Another day, another writing exercise. It’s the middle of the week and you know what that means: it’s a great time for the mind to slow down and speak for itself. Time to get some tea, your favorite coffee and...
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I am more of a put it on paper kind of person. I can visualize what is going on in my head better once it is written down. If you are the same, keeping a reading journal can be helpful...
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Welcome to Writing Wednesday, the day where we can finally turn over a page into the second half of the week and begin our weekend countdowns. Writing Wednesday is for writing motivation and those who are feeling the tough end...
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Everyone has their memes to get them through the day. We have so many personal favorites to spice up our posts, we thought it was about time we shared some with you all. Plus, it’s nice to sit back and...
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In 2006, Wattpad was created. With 11 years under the company’s belt, the free platform for writing has accomplished plenty. People behind Wattpad have built ties with major publishing houses (yes, we’re talking Random House, HarperCollins, Simon and Schuster, and...
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The best way to emphasize emotion in dialogue is to throw one or two (or 800) exclamation points into your manuscript or text. All joking aside, you realistically only want to use this point in moderation. Using too much of...
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I guess it’s easy enough for anyone to tell that I have been having a hard time keeping up with regular blog posts this summer. My last post was about two months ago- yikes! Life can easily get in the...
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We always have to cover a classic mythological creature. We aren’t going over the Game of Thrones dragons, as much as we love the mother of dragons. We’re talking about the one, the only…European Dragon. European Dragon | Europe “Powerful winged reptile that breathes...
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With every great story comes every great plot device. Your main character will always aim to get something or someone. Obtaining this person, object, or idea will almost always lead to a more complex plot. The plot of the story...
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We have been talking about a lot of world-building lately. We see it as a very vital part of writing, especially when it comes to creating your own world. The detail behind your creation should resonate with your reader, and...
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