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September, 2020

  • 21 September

    Lorna Malla decoding the Poetic Treasure

    What inspired you to start writing?God, the creator’s infinite mesmerizing creation gives me a chance to express my soulful thoughts which inspired me to start writing.How did you get the idea for “Poems in a Treasure”?Each time I wrote a poem, I put it up on a poetry platform and …

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May, 2020

  • 31 May

    Parts Of A Book: A Publishing Guide For New Authors

    The main parts of a book have altered very little throughout the years. Not much has changed from the time of hand-written books, through to printed books and now electronic books. All have ordered elements that remain almost the same. Most people who read your book will have an expectation …

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  • 30 May

    When Do You Capitalize Mom And Dad And Other Family Names?

    For my British and Australian readers, yes, the title of this article could also read, mum and dad. Despite the spelling difference, the punctuation rules defining when to capitalize the words are the same. So when do you capitalize mom and dad, or mum and dad? The answer is that …

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  • 29 May

    The Best Grammarly Alternatives – Free And Paid

    Grammarly is unquestionably a fantastic grammar, punctuation, and spelling checker. There is no doubt that it is one of the best grammar checking tools on the market today. However, it is quite expensive at around $30.00 per month or $140.00 for an annual subscription. For new writers who are just …

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  • 28 May

    Writing Tools Every Working Writer Needs Today

    Writing tools today are a long way removed from typewriters and carbon paper. The days of sending or posting typed or printed manuscripts are well and truly over. Every word you write now is digital, electronic, and published via the Internet. You exchange drafts by email or share them on Google …

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  • 27 May

    When The Plot Of A Story Gets Things Wrong

    Fiction writing only works when the plot of a story makes perfect sense to a reader. “The king died, and then the queen died” is a story. “The king died, and then the queen died of grief” is a plot. E. M. Forster It’s an old quote, but I was …

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  • 26 May

    What Is Social Proof? 10 Simple Examples You Can Use

    The term, social proof definition originates from a 1984 book by Robert Cialdini titled, Influence. It is also sometimes called informational social influence. It is a behavior that thinks other people have more knowledge about a situation. Take a circumstance when someone is thinking about buying products or services. In today’s …

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  • 25 May

    How To Create Free Unique Images For Blogs And Social Media

    Every writer needs to use free images to promote their writing. It doesn’t matter if you are a blogger, article writer, or an author. But you don’t want to use stock images that appear so many times on a lot of websites and social media. You need to create unique …

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  • 24 May

    Fiction Character Profile Template With Example

    Character development is an essential component of fiction writing. You need to get to know your fictional characters well before you write your story. No matter what genre you are writing, you should create profiles for your main or major characters before you begin. The best way of organizing your …

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  • 23 May

    Fantasy Writing Tools For Paranormal Authors

    Are you ready to start writing a fantasy novel? Well, nothing is stopping you. It is a fantastic writing genre because you can let your imagination run totally free. Another good reason is that fantasy stories are very popular with readers and especially young adults. If you are eager and …

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