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10 Key Terms That Will Help You Appreciate Fantasy Literature

10 Key Terms That Will Help You Appreciate Fantasy Literature | Writerly things | Scoop.it
Fantasy novels and stories cast a spell on readers, with
their vivid worlds and complex characters. But just like any other kind of
spell, there are different types, and rules. You need a magical lexicon.
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Crafting an Effective Writer: Tools of the Trade

Crafting an Effective Writer: Tools of the Trade | Writerly things | Scoop.it

About the Course

Learn to become an effective builder of sentences using the basic tools of grammar, punctuation, and writing. By dedicating yourself to the craft of writing, you will learn to use the eight parts of speech and grammar to develop the four basic sentence types into a well-organized, detailed paragraph. This course is designed for anyone who wants to become a better writer. If you need to write more clearly for work, prepare for a placement test for a college, or improve your skills for current writing projects, this class will definitely be beneficial.

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The Indie Problem: What Indie Authors Can Learn From Indie Bands - Writer.ly Community

The Indie Problem: What Indie Authors Can Learn From Indie Bands - Writer.ly Community | Writerly things | Scoop.it
What Indie Authors Can Learn From Indie Bands About Promoting Successfully.You’ve probably never heard of them.” This phrase, spoken about an indie band, is a badge of honor: It’s one kid’s way of saying to another kid, “I’m cooler than you.”

The same phrase spoken about an indie author is a dismissal. A death sentence, in terms of popularity.

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I've been learning to tell stories for 23 years and im still learning. - Imgur

Pixar's 22 Rules of Storytelling.

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