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AuthorCulture: Writing Life: Turn Your Dreams into Reality

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D-R-E-A-M Turn Your Writing Dreams into Reality!

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A Fiction Writing Rubric Can Help You Evaluate Your Novel

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A fiction writing rubric may help you decide if you’ve really finished your novel, or if you need to go back to revising.

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How to Write Great Fiction, Beginning with The Basics

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If you start with the basics of how to write, and add in the tricks to writing fiction, you’ll soon learn how to write a novel!

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All Things Writing: Getting the joke – long-running gags

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This was a great post on using humor to boost your readership. We live in such a serious world, that it makes sense to provide a little chuckle now and again to bring the sunshine in. Try it, and see if your readers don’t agree.
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Online And In The Open: Transparent Novel Writing : NPR

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Silvia Hartmann is writing a novel in Google Docs so that readers can see her story appear line by line, edit by edit. Host Scott Simon talks with writer Silvia Hartmann about her progress.

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The Cat is Speaking: Attention to Detail and the Art of Listening

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Listening – A lost art. How many new ideas would we come up with for our Kindle books if we were truly present and listened to others with our whole being?
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Writers resources: How to get 200 000 pageviews in a year and a half on a shoestring budget | ePublish a Book

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A year later, we have over 10 000 Twitter followers, 1200 Facebook fans and 40% of out blog traffic comes from Twitter. The rest comes from Stumble Upon, about…

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Twitter fiction: 21 authors try their hand at 140-character novels

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Try to write a novel in 140 characters! It really makes you pare it down! Penelope

 

We challenged well-known writers – from Ian Rankin and Helen Fielding to Jeffrey Archer and Jilly Cooper – to come up with a story of up to 140 characters.
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Writer Unboxed » 10 Tips for Writing Impactful Dialogue

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10 Tips for Writing Better Dialogue: I’m sure we could all use a refresher on this one! To quote or not to quote….Watching a good movie or television show is usually a great place to get a “feel” for writing dialogue. Examples of fast-paced, intelligent dialogue that will get people turning the pages: The Newsroom, Gilmore Girls, The Wire.

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The Masquerade Crew: Writing Tip: The Risk of Being a Good Student — guest post by @AnthonyOtten

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Writing Tip: The Risk of Being a Good Student — guest post by @AnthonyOtten http://t.co/7lfdlKTd via @MasqCrew…

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