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NaNoWriMo – Housekeeping and Writing Tips

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“Why Write?” – The One Writing Tip Every Writer Follows

  Why Write? *** Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord … . (Colossians 3:23.) ***

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Lubricated Writing – the #1 tip for better writing sessions

To put it conversely: if you stop writing, you’ll stop writing. So don’t stop; keep writing! ***

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Writers – What You Need to Know about the Audience of the Future

Of course, some people reading my words today might wonder the same thing. ***

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The Number One Secret To Becoming An Accomplished Writer

There’s a relationship between writing and actually being a writer? Who knew? ***

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Writing Tips from Ernest Hemingway and Jack London on Inspiration

Karen Swallow Prior tweeted a link to some stats on word counts of accomplished writers; I'm with Ernest: The Daily Word Counts of 39 Famous Authors https://t.co/JuHED3vLTW — Karen Swallow Prior (@LoveLifeLitGod) January 4, 2016 Good choice, Karen. Hemingway only wrote … Continue reading

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Aggressive Writing in the Passive Voice – a blogging tip

Here’s a blogging tip: sometimes it’s ok to be aggressive; sometimes it’s ok to be passive; I have yet to experience a time when it was ok for me to be passive-aggressive. *** And a bonus tip: *** And here’s the … Continue reading

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Metaphors – mixing them up and writing well

Inspired by noted English Professor Karen Swallow Prior, A good metaphor is hard to find. — Karen Swallow Prior (@LoveLifeLitGod) June 28, 2015 I created these memes as a public service to good writing, because: Don’t let the inability to … Continue reading

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7 Things to Know About Words, Writing, and Making Things Up

Seven things I know about writing: It’s spelled “whoa”, not “woah”. Horses know the difference. For those who don’t get the horse reference, please refrain from using the word “whoa” no matter how you choose to spell it. We spell … Continue reading

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The #1 Guaranteed Way To Write The Perfect Blog Post

All perfect blog posts start the same way. You start the post by writing something – anything! – down and then writing more. The first bit might not make it to the final draft, but it’s what always leads to … Continue reading

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