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A 5-Part Story Structure For Beginners

Guest Post One of the first things we are taught in the 1st grade is how to write a good story. It makes sense because our lives are made up of stories. Each of us has a unique tale. Every day is a story with…

5 Ways To Keep Your Writing Safe

Guest Post Prevent Plagiarism With Ease I once spent weeks writing a comprehensive article, doing my best work, and I was happy when my editor published it soon after I submitted it. Yesterday, I cried in despair when I saw my article on another site, credited…

3 Reasons Why Creative Writers Make The Best Content Writers

Guest Post You’ve just opened up a position in your company for a Content Marketer position and are already flooded with applications. One of the  standout resumes is a new graduate, but their university major is in Creative Writing, with a minor in commerce. Their application is…

How Writers Write Changed My Life

Dear Writers Write Almost a year ago I started my journey with your team. I walked into a room feeling nervous, not because of the Writers Write course, but out of my own fear. “Should I be here? What am I doing here?” These were…

10 Writing Contests You Should Definitely Enter

Guest Post If you’re a new writer, chances are you’re not quite sure how to kick off your career. Should you get an agent? Write to publishers? Writing contests are a great way for beginners to get noticed. By definition they attract more amateurs than professionals,…

Selfie And Other Words Ending In –ie

Guest Post How long ago do you think the first selfie was taken?  Was it five years ago or ten? Could it have been closer to 20? I’m afraid if you guessed any of those dates you are way off. The first selfie was taken…

A Really Useful Blog Post Template

Everyone's blogging - or so it seems. If you have access to the Internet and you're passionate about a subject, you probably follow blogs that give you information about the topic. They probably also entertain you. But why do we return to some blogs and…

The Marshall Plan For Romancing Your Story

Guest Post by Evan Marshall, author of The Marshall Plan® for Novel Writing Spring is in the air (in the Northern Hemisphere) and we want to talk romance. We have noticed a trend in fiction writing: adding a romantic subplot. Publishers tell us this technique is especially…
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