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Articles by Hannah Yang

Hannah is a speculative fiction writer who loves all things strange and surreal. She holds a BA from Yale University and lives in Colorado. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her painting watercolors, playing her ukulele, or hiking in the Rockies. Follow her work on hannahyang.com or on Twitter at @hannahxyang.

How to Write a Story: 10 Tips for Writing Stories

How to Write a Story: 10 Tips for Writing Stories

Everyone has a story to tell. Here are our top ten tips for how to write a story.

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Writing Copy: 10 Tips to Master Copy That Works

Writing Copy: 10 Tips to Master Copy That Works

What's the trick to writing copy that works? If you follow all our tips, you’ll be well on your way to writing clear and convincing copy that will impress small businesses and large organizations alike.

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LanguageTool vs Grammarly: Which Is Better for You?

LanguageTool vs Grammarly: Which Is Better for You?

This article will help you decide whether Languagetool vs Grammarly is right for you. Learn about the key strengths and weaknesses of each tool.

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Bartleby Write vs Grammarly: Which Is Better for You?

Bartleby Write vs Grammarly: Which Is Better for You?

This article will help you decide whether Bartleby Write vs Grammarly is right for you. Learn about the key strengths and weaknesses of each tool.

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Grammarly vs PERRLA: Which Writing Software Is Better?

Grammarly vs PERRLA: Which Writing Software Is Better?

This article will help you decide whether Grammarly vs PERRLA is right for you. Learn about the key strengths and weaknesses of each tool.

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What Is Wordle? Everything You Need to Know

What Is Wordle? Everything You Need to Know

What is Wordle, and how did it become such a viral internet sensation? This article will explain how this word game works and why it became so popular.

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5 Things Fiction Writers Can Learn From Movies (and 5 Things They Shouldn't)

5 Things Fiction Writers Can Learn From Movies (and 5 Things They Shouldn't)

If you want to create great stories, you need to start by consuming great stories, whether they’re movies, books, or plays. This article explains five things fiction writers can learn by watching movies.

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Show Don't Tell: Showing vs Telling in Writing (With Examples)

Show Don't Tell: Showing vs Telling in Writing (With Examples)

“Showing” paints a picture in the reader’s mind, while “telling” simply states what happened. Learn more about the “show, don’t tell” rule.

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Should You Use a Comma Before or After Quotation Marks? (Examples Included)

Should You Use a Comma Before or After Quotation Marks? (Examples Included)

Should you use a comma before or after quotation marks? In American English, the comma should always come right before the closing quotation mark.

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Spaces Between Sentences and Words: How Many Should You Use?

Spaces Between Sentences and Words: How Many Should You Use?

How many spaces do you put between sentences? This article explains how to correctly format spaces between sentences and gives you our best tips for fixing incorrect spacing.

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How to Write a Book Review in 5 Steps

How to Write a Book Review in 5 Steps

Writing book reviews is a great way to engage with the book-loving community. Here are 5 steps for how to write a book review.

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The Best Writing Contests for Writers

The Best Writing Contests for Writers

Writing contests can help boost your career as an emerging writer. These are the best free writing contests to submit your work to, with worthwhile prizes such as publication and cash awards.

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How to Write Enemies to Lovers: 5 Top Tips

How to Write Enemies to Lovers: 5 Top Tips

The term “enemies to lovers” refers to a specific type of love story in which two characters start out as adversaries but end up in a romantic relationship by the end of the story. Learn how to write enemies to lovers.

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How to Write a Novel: Top 20 Tips

How to Write a Novel: Top 20 Tips

Lots of people decide to write a book, but only 3% of people who start writing a novel finish their first draft. Here are our top 20 tips for how to write a novel and actually make it to the words “The End.”

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Hemingway Editor/App Review (2023)

Hemingway Editor/App Review (2023)

This article will give you our evaluation of Hemingway Editor’s strengths and weaknesses to help you decide if this tool is right for you.

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