Category Archives: Writing Tips

The Unspoken Communication Between a Writer & Their Draft Novel #AmWriting #Writer #Writing

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
I have been itching to cover this important and thought-provoking subject for a while. To the non-writer a draft novel is just a folder stuffed with paper. They don’t see it as a living thing. If you asked them whether a draft novel was capable of communicating with a human, the non-writer would probably laugh, roll their…

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How to Use the New WordPress Editor & Microsoft Word Template for Blog Posts

Trying new things can be fun. I’ve written these instructions to help my fellow bloggers with instructions on how to use the blog post feature in Microsoft Word and how to use the new WordPress Editor. ❤ First, Here are my instructions for using the blog post template in Microsoft Word and importing into WordPress: I use Microsoft Office 2016.

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Filter words and phrases it’s best to avoid in writing fiction

Kathy Steinemann shares an excellent article about using writing filters, from Anne R. Allen’s blog… I always learn something valuable about writing from Anne’s blog. I printed this out to refer to. ❤ This article provides a list of writing filters, with practical examples of how to replace them. You’ll also find exercises that can double as story prompts. All

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