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How Fewer Words can Make a Bigger Impact

Less is more is always true when it comes to the art of writing. Whether it’s a note to your boss, or a full length science fiction novel, finding ways to make a big impact with few words is always better. When it comes to writing fiction, it can be overwhelming given the endless possibilities […]

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3 Things That Will Hurt Your Novel

Creativity can bring out a person’s greatest ideas, or their worst, and deciphering the former from the latter can be tricky. Many novels have failed throughout time because of a writer’s inability to expand on his or her original ideas, or producing content that is just not appealing. Below are a number of common mistakes […]

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Writing During the Holidays: Mission Impossible

For writers who wish to continue their passion despite time consuming obligations, coupled with large gatherings of friends and family members, the journey is quite the challenge. Rather than accepting the fact that finding a suitable environment to develop creativity is hopeless, it’s probably best to get creative in that sense. It’s more important than […]

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Unique Copywriting Techniques

There are so many people writing blog posts and articles online that sometimes it feels overwhelming to try and start your own website or get your name out there. While this concern is a valid concern, trust me when I say there are also lots of ways you can make your content stand out to […]

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Visual Writing: Painting a Mental Picture

Captivating your audience as a writer can be fairly difficult due to a number of factors, including the topic of the piece, the attention span of the reader, and most importantly, the style of writing. An effective way to attract readers and inspire them to continue reading is writing visually, and by that I mean […]

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Writing with an Audience in Mind

Imagine you’ve just been in a car accident. An aggressive introduction, I know, but hear me out.  Now imagine explaining how you’ve just been in a car accident to your family. It would differ greatly compared to how you would explain the situation to your friends, right? You would put emphasis on certain details that […]


5 Ways to Overcome Writer’s Block

Stop me if you’ve heard this before. Your calendar just cleared for the weekend, and that excitement of sitting down to write starts to build. You wake up, make your coffee, walk your dogs, before finally opening up your laptop with the intention of using your time to hammer away at that manuscript you’ve talked […]



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