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Pacing and Momentum in Revision – WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

Pacing and Momentum in Revision

One of the elements I like to focus on when I revise is pacing. Pacing is the manipulation of momentum and time in a piece of writing and how the characters and reader experience it. Pacing influences how time and … Continue reading →

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How to Use Canva in Your Writing

How to Use Canva in Your Writing | WordDreams...

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5 Helpful Lessons for Writing a Novel | WritersDigest.com | Archer's Aim

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EDITING 101: 33 – Research – How Much is Enough or How Much is Too Much?

EDITING 101: 33 – Research – How Much is Enough or How Much is Too Much? | Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

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23 Words or Phrases to Eliminate From Your Writing Today (Infographic)

23 Words or Phrases to Eliminate From Your Writing Today (Infographic) | Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

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Save Money on Professional Edits-6 Easy Ways to Clean Up Your Own Manuscript

Save Money on Professional Easy Ways to Clean Up Your Own Manuscript - Kristen Lamb

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Should You Write In The First, Second Or Third Person?

Should You Write In The First, Second Or Third Person? | Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

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Hyphens, Em Dashes, En Dashes—Everything You Need to Know

Hyphens, Em Dashes, En Dashes—Everything You Need to Know - The Book Designer

Ironclad Book Copyright Page Examples that will Protect You!

Ironclad Book Copyright Page Examples that will Protect You!

Access our free book copyright page example as well as learn how to create a book copyright page for your book so as to protect yourself.

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Pace and story structure: a blueprint for keeping the reader gripped

Pace and story structure: a blueprint for keeping the reader gripped | Nail Your Novel

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So You Wrote a First Draft-Dear God! What NOW

If we add too much of the wrong thing, we can spoil the entire novel. If we cut too much of the right stuff we can collapse the story.

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