The Basics of Focusing on Writing
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The Basics of Focusing on Writing

Focusing on writing is a struggle for many writers. Picture this scenario. You just came up with an idea for…

How to Express Your Book's Theme
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How to Express Your Book’s Theme

As an author, you need to learn to express your book’s theme. For your book to stick in the mind…

When is it Time to Edit Your Story?
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When is it Time to Edit Your Story?

I have already written a post explaining that the writing phase is no time to edit your story. While you…

How to Write a Short Story
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How to Write a Short Story

Every writer knows what a short story is, but that does not mean they know how to write one. If…

Should You Write What You Read
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Should You Write What You Read?

Should you write what you read? For some reason, this is a popular question with writers. I have seen it…

How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Other Writers
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How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Other Writers

It can be hard, but learning to stop comparing yourself to other writers is an essential skill you must learn….

4 Tips for Balancing Writing With Work
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4 Tips for Balancing Writing With Work

Balancing writing with work or school can be brutal. Yet, it is something all writers will have to go through,…

How to Get People to Care About Your Writing
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How to Get People to Care About Your Writing

Getting people to care about your writing is a crucial part of being an author. Sure it is essential to…

Should Nicknames Be Capitalized
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Should Nicknames Be Capitalized?

A basic yet popular writing question is should nicknames be capitalized? This is one made more complex than it should…

What to Do When Someone Publishes a Similar Book to Yours
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What to Do When Someone Publishes a Similar Book to Yours

When someone publishes a similar book to yours it can be scary. Let me set the stage. You’ve been writing…