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Month: November 2015

REVIEW: Scrivener Writing Software (Updated Nov. 2017)

In the last couple of months, Scrivener writing software has become an essential tool for me both for writing and business tasks. Literature and Latte, the makers of Scrivener, describe the software as “a powerful content-generation tool for writers that allows you to concentrate on composing and structuring long and…

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SUNDAY REBLOG: Foreshadowing: Tips to Create Mood & Tone » Writeonsisters.com

“It’s easier to have discussions about foreshadowing techniques when almost everyone knows the story. Since The Fault in Our Stars (TFIOS) was a runaway YA crossover bestseller and a major motion picture…” Source: Foreshadowing: Tips to Create Mood & Tone » Writeonsisters.com

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Wordless Wednesday: Photo Writing Prompt 3

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Four Nontraditional Ways to Pay for Editing

You have finally done it. You have written your novel. You know that you will stand out in the slush pile or in the crowd of self-published authors if you get your novel professionally edited. However, editing is more expensive than you thought it would be (see Why Does Editing…

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Wordless Wednesday: Photo Writing Prompt 2

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