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Articles by Kyle A. Massa

Kyle A. Massa is a speculative fiction author living in upstate New York with his wife and their two cats. He loves the present tense and multiple POV characters. When he grows up, he wants to be a professional Magic: The Gathering player. Visit his website at www.kyleamassa.com or download his debut novel, Gerald Barkley Rocks, for Amazon Kindle today.

3 Ways to Find a Writers' Group

3 Ways to Find a Writers' Group

Looking for a writers' group? Here's how to find the right fit for you.

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3 Ways to Trim Your Online Content

3 Ways to Trim Your Online Content

Economy is essential to writing good online content. Yet sometimes, especially with complex topics, it’s tempting to carry on. If you need to trim your content, here are a few ways to do it.

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Getting Started with the ProWritingAid Chrome Extension

Getting Started with the ProWritingAid Chrome Extension

Have you tried ProWritingAid's dynamite Google Chrome extension? Here's how to get started.

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Convert to Curly or Straight Quotes with ProWritingAid!

Convert to Curly or Straight Quotes with ProWritingAid!

Want to convert to curly or straight quotes? ProWritingAid makes it easy!

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What is the Snowflake Writing Method?

What is the Snowflake Writing Method?

Is the snowflake novel-writing method right for you? Here's why it's worth a try.

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How to Avoid Halfway-Through-NaNoWriMo Burnout

How to Avoid Halfway-Through-NaNoWriMo Burnout

We're halfway through National Novel Writing Month! Here are some tips on making sure you finish.

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The Top 5 Horror Techniques of "Hereditary"

The Top 5 Horror Techniques of "Hereditary"

Hereditary is a masterwork of horror, both visually and in terms of writing. Here are five writing techniques that make it especially chilling.

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3 Surprising Grammatical Contradictions

3 Surprising Grammatical Contradictions

In the English language, rules are made to be broken. Here's a post for all the grammatical lawbreakers out there.

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Finding Your Unique Authorial Voice

Finding Your Unique Authorial Voice

Every author has a unique voice. It's just a matter of finding it. In this article, fantasy writer Kyle Massa offers his tips on how to discover your authorial voice.

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Is This the Right Way to Use a Semicolon? And Other Punctuational Concerns

Is This the Right Way to Use a Semicolon? And Other Punctuational Concerns

You can't use a screwdriver to hammer a nail. Likewise, you can't use a semicolon to introduce a list. Here's how to use your grammatical tools the right way.

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