Apr
25
2012
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National Poetry Month: How to Write Haiku

Written by VanessaKEccles

In celebration of National Poetry Month, I share how to write Haiku.

Apr
25
2012
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Sometimes the Boy Shouldn't Get the Girl

Written by MAP

How to pull off a love story with a not so happy ending.

Apr
24
2012
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Editing in Style with Karen Cole

Written by sherahart

Wondering how to find the right editor for your book? Ever heard of color editing? Learn the various types of editing available from an editor who offers all levels and types through her firm.

Apr
24
2012
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The Plot Coupon

Written by David Powers King

Objects become a matter of objective in storytelling. Be it a handful of pearls to break out of hell, or a galaxy on a cat's collar, some stories won't have an ending without these little savers.

Apr
24
2012
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Is Writing a Solitary Art?

Written by thewordsmith

Is writing still a solitary art, in this age of the Internet and hyperconnectivity? I think so, and here's why.

Apr
23
2012
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Writers Who Don't Read, and Other Mythological Creatures

Written by shimiqua

Why reading is important for all writers, even those who don't think they're "readers."

Apr
23
2012
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A Subjective POV on Subjectivity

Written by Morgan Shamy

Subjectivity vs. Objectivity. Is "Good Writing" Subjective?

Apr
23
2012
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2012 Beehive Book Awards

Written by Teri Harman

The winners of the 2012 Utah Beehive Book Awards for children's literature.

Apr
23
2012
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Supportive Spouses

Written by eayounker

The importance of the people who support you and how you should support them.

Apr
21
2012
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S is for... Sinister Villains

Written by Kevin Hiatt

Nothing makes for a better story than having a truly sinister villain. Heroes are only as strong as the challenge they face. No hero ever rose to greatness battling the horrid 'cat stuck in a tree' monster.

Apr
21
2012
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How to produce a book others will believe is traditionally published.

Written by Scarlett

How to make your self-published book look, and read, like a traditionally published book in 6 parts. Hold on tight because I'm going to light a fire under you. I'm going to fight for you.

Apr
21
2012
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Questions For Characters

Written by Rachel Frost

If you want your characters to be believable, you'd better start asking questions.