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Publishing your book on Amazon (Kindle Direct Publishing)

by Liz McMahon Jun 22, 2018

Publishing your book with Kindle Direct Publishing. The steps to follow

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Find alliteration in writing

by ProWritingAid Jun 18, 2018

Find alliteration in writing

Alliteration can make your writing more memorable and enjoyable to read. ProWritingAid helps you identify instances of alliteration in your work.

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Find inconsistencies in your writing

by ProWritingAid Jun 18, 2018

Find inconsistencies in your writing

If inconsistencies plague your writing, your work can seem unpolished and unprofessional. ProWritingAid helps find and identify such errors automatically.

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Amazing Alliteration in Tongue Twisters

by ProWritingAid Jun 18, 2018

Amazing Alliteration in Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters are a great way to illustrate the idea of alliteration. In fact, the term "tongue twister" is a great example of alliteration in itself!

We've created a practice sheet of some of our favorite alliterative tongue twisters.

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Free Writer Software

by Hayley Milliman Jun 18, 2018

Free Writer Software

Edit your work more easily and effectively with ProWritingAid's free writer software.

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Growing The Writing Cooperative

by Stella J. McKenna Jun 18, 2018

Growing The Writing Cooperative

“The Coop” is more than just a Medium publication — it’s a community. And it’s growing.

The motto of The Writing Cooperative is, “Helping each other write better”. This phrase ultimately guides all that we do.

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7 Grammar Rules the Best Writers Break

by ProWritingAid Jun 18, 2018

7 Grammar Rules the Best Writers Break

In life, writers must obey a single rule: write for your audience. If you’re writing fiction, your dialogue must be natural. So you write in conversational English, which is less than grammatical at times. And if you’re writing for academia or other stuffy audiences, your prose must be formal.

If you’ve learned the many rules of English usage and are adept at wielding them properly, feel free to break these seven rules now and then.

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Building The Writing Cooperative: How Internet Strangers Developed a Writing Community

by Justin Cox Jun 18, 2018

Building The Writing Cooperative: How Internet Strangers Developed a Writing Community

The Writing Cooperative is an online writing community with over 100,000 followers on Medium and 2,200 members on Slack. Despite its massive size, The Writing Cooperative started with just two people who never met. This is the story of how it all began.

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How Writing Can Help You Through Your Grief

by Jennifer Xue Jun 18, 2018

How Writing Can Help You Through Your Grief

Writing has healing power. When you're grieving, use it to find your inner strength back and start a new chapter in life.

The key is being non-judgemental with yourself. Write freely and fearlessly.

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6 Content Certifications You Should Check Out

by ProWritingAid Jun 18, 2018

6 Content Certifications You Should Check Out

Many freelancers today, even those at the top, have no formal education—just years of working in the trenches to learn what makes content effective. With content mills making the barrier to entry low for writers, how can you stand out from the crowd if you don’t have experience?

This is where certifications can help. Read about six online options to build your credentials.

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Sentence Length

by Liz McMahon Jun 18, 2018

Sentence Length

The writer’s job is to cater to the reader. A plethora of long sentences will have the reader nodding off. In similar fashion a stream of short sentences will increase the pace of a passage rushing the reader through the action.

The secret? Use varied sentence length. Read on to find out what your sentences can do.

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The Best Ever Mystery Novels

by Kathy Edens Jun 18, 2018

The Best Ever Mystery Novels

Mystery. Suspense. Who doesn’t love a good brain twister, especially when you don’t find out until the end whodunnit? There are some big names on the list, but others might surprise you. Is your favourite yarn in there?

Let’s take a look at the best 25 mysteries ever written.

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How to Tell Personal Stories That Will pos and cons of sunflower seedsTouch Readers

by ProWritingAid Jun 18, 2018

How to Tell Personal Stories That Will pos and cons of sunflower seedsTouch Readers

How do you write a story that moves your readers?

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Find Repeated Words and Phrases

by Lisa Lepki Jun 17, 2018

Find Repeated Words and Phrases

You will be amazed to see how often, when in the thralls of creative writing, you use the same word or phrase multiple times. It’s natural to fall into accidental repetition: if you have described something well, then those words are already in your mind when you need to refer to it again later in the text.

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Publishing your book on Amazon (Kindle Direct Publishing)

by Liz McMahon Jun 15, 2018

Publishing your book with Kindle Direct Publishing. The steps to follow

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by Kate Peers Jun 15, 2018

9 Ways to network on Twitter

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by Gregory Heilers Jun 10, 2018

The Oxford comma has been the deciding factor in $10 million lawsuits. Need more reasons to begin using the Oxford comma? Click here!

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10 Free Writing Apps and Tools

by Hayley Milliman Jun 06, 2018

10 Free Writing Apps and Tools

There are tons of free writing apps and tools that you can use to improve your writing. Here are ten of our favorites.

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10 Websites to Help Improve Your Grammar

by Hayley Milliman Jun 06, 2018

10 Websites to Help Improve Your Grammar

Learning grammar doesn't have to be difficult! With these free tools, you'll be mastering your comma usage in no time.

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The 10 Best Facebook Groups for Writers

by Kathy Edens Jun 06, 2018

The 10 Best Facebook Groups for Writers NOTE: After getting a ton of amazing feedback from users, we updated this page for 2018.Check it out here: Our Favorite Facebook Groups for Writers - updated for 2018

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