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Write a Novel This Summer with NaNoWriMo - GalleyCat

Write a Novel This Summer with NaNoWriMo - GalleyCat | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) takes place every November, but the Office of Letters and Light (the nonprofit behind NaNoWriMo, Script Frenzy and the Young Writers Program) wanted to give writers an ...
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Tina Klinesmith's curator insight, June 2, 2013 10:55 AM

I'm a believer in NaNoWriMo...the novel I wrote for it last year was my first picked up by a publisher :)

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Scriptnotes, Ep. 39: Littlest Plot Shop — Transcript - John August

Scriptnotes, Ep. 39: Littlest Plot Shop — Transcript - John August | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
So I wanted to talk about the difference between plot and story, because a lot of times I think they're used kind of interchangeably and the idea of like — the sense that I have an idea for a story, and here's the plot of what would ...
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Author Steve Berry helps other writers get words on a page - Houston Chronicle

Author Steve Berry helps other writers get words on a page - Houston Chronicle | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
Author Steve Berry helps other writers get words on a pageHouston ChronicleChuck Brownman, 57, an attorney with ConocoPhillips who writes short mystery and suspense stories, says he got some great down-to-earth tips from Berry.
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105 Writing Tips from Professional Writers

105 Writing Tips from Professional Writers | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
105 Writing Tips from Professional Writers Inspiring, informative, amusing, entertaining wisdom and quotes from top writers in all genres. General Tips • Ernest Hemingway: Use short sentences and...
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Writing Tips

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Writing tips is meant to inspire and empower all authors to get their book done. Subscribe, enjoy, and retweet!Thanks,Ezra BaranyAuthor of the award-winningbestselling thriller a laDan Brown The Torah CodesLike my page on Facebook!
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Tips on How to Write a Novel

Tips on How to Write a Novel | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
A few pointers on how to write a novel. Useful reading for all aspiring writers and poets as well.
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Top writing tips: Morris Gleitzman - The Guardian

Top writing tips: Morris Gleitzman - The Guardian | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
Top writing tips: Morris GleitzmanThe GuardianTip 1: Create a problem Remember that every story, long or short, must have at least one character facing at least one problem.
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The Enchanted Writer: Book in 5 Weeks Pt 2, Using A Plot Skeleton

The Enchanted Writer: Book in 5 Weeks Pt 2, Using A Plot Skeleton | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
The Everything Guide to Writing a Romance Novel. By Christie Craig and Faye Hughes. Excellent for different plot structures and general advice, this is an all-around great guide for writing romance. You Can Write A Novel.
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Bibliothèque

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Six Tips on Writing from John Steinbeck. "Abandon the idea that you are ever going to finish. Lose track of the 400 pages and write just one page for each day, it helps.
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Ha Ha Ha

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Writing a murder mystery and need tips? #murder #author #writingtip #inspiration #evil (Writing a murder mystery and need tips?
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Fortune Cookie Writing Tips 2 - From Tolstoy to TinkerbellFrom Tolstoy to Tinkerbell

Fortune Cookie Writing Tips 2 - From Tolstoy to TinkerbellFrom Tolstoy to Tinkerbell | Living in My Head | Scoop.it
A couple of weeks ago, I gave you several writing tips based on fortune cookies. Now, it's your turn to offer writing advice.
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