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    Fiction writers don't start from scratch. They can utilize existing character archetypes, story archetypes, personality and emotional types, and the goals and the fears of each type. Combining them in a strong storyline is almost a guarantee for creating best-selling works.


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  • 06/10/18--17:00: Writing App Reviews: Novlr
  • At ProWritingAid, we're all about technology that helps you write better. Novlr is an online writing app that helps you capture your thoughts simply and clearly in a clean, straightforward interface. In this article, writer Kathy Edens takes Novlr for a whirl, examining all of its features.


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    How to create a sleuth readers will love. ProWritingAid offers a strategy to build your mystery protagonist from concept to detail.


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    With mobile and voice device usage increasing, answering customer questions is the key to relevancy. Tips for sourcing customer questions to answer in content creation from ProWritingAid.


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    Back in 2017, we listed our favorite Facebook groups and tons of readers wrote in sharing amazing groups that hadn't made the list. So, for 2018, we're adding more great Facebook groups to our list.


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    How to create a sleuth readers will love. Check this strategy to build your mystery protagonist from concept to detail.


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  • 06/04/18--17:00: Than vs. Then
  • "Then" and "than" are two pesky words that sound alike but have very different meanings. We explore when to use each term.


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  • 06/18/18--17:00: Know Your Acronyms
  • While acronyms add a colloquial flair to writing, they are easy to misuse. If we’re not careful, improper usage will cause readers to cringe in pain.


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    Getting tripped up on the differences between “to” and “too” happens often. When do you use a single “o” and when do you use two? While this is one of the most common grammar mistakes, the rule is easy to master.


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    Defining possessive nouns is tricky. There are several unique rules that can confuse even the most seasoned writer.


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    Pleonasms are common in speech but should be avoided at all costs. Do you have what it takes to diagnose and eliminate them from your writing?


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    Do you have what it takes to write an amazing persuasive essay? Follow this updated version of the hamburger method and start persuading your audience!


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  • 06/21/18--17:00: To vs. Too vs. Two
  • To, too, two. We teach you how to decide which of these pesky little words to use in specific situations.


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


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


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    Pleonasms are common in speech but should be avoided at all costs. Do you have what it takes to diagnose and eliminate them from your writing?


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    People sometimes think they can use "home in on" and "hone in on" interchangeably, but the truth is much more gray. Let’s first look at the dictionary’s definitions of each.Home

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    One of our favorite writers, Haruki Murakami, got up at 4:00am every day and wrote for 5 to 6 hours. Ernest Hemingway wrote for 5 or 6 hours every morning as did Kurt Vonnegut.

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    Not to be morbid, but we will all die someday. It’s one of the few things you can count on. But it’s never too early to consider what you want others to think about you after you’re gone.

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    Getting tripped up on the differences between “to” and “too” happens often. When do you use a single “o” and when do you use two? While this is one of the most common grammar mistakes, the rule is easy to master.


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