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  • 06/14/18--17:00: 9 ways to network on Twitter
  • Twitter is a great way to get in touch with commissioning editors, fellow writers and search for case studies. Here we show you nine ways to network on Twitter.


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  • 06/14/18--17:00: Article 18
  • 9 Ways to network on Twitter

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    Americans are notorious for a Puritanical work ethic. The US has one of the lowest rates of employees taking true vacations—that is, ignoring their email and work phone when away from the office. Most US employees carryover a significant amount of vacation days every year because they don’t use them like they should. And when they take a vacation, they spend part of the time staying up to speed on email and other work elements.

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    Americans are notorious for a Puritanical work ethic. The US has one of the lowest rates of employees taking true vacations—that is, ignoring their email and work phone when away from the office. Most US employees carryover a significant amount of vacation days every year because they don’t use them like they should. And when they take a vacation, they spend part of the time staying up to speed on email and other work elements.

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    To celebrate the arrival of spring, we are offering a limited number of ProWritingAid Premium licenses for this special price.


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    When I was a young teenager, Mad Max movies were all the rage. I had to see each one when it came out, partly because they were superb action flicks and partly because I had a huge crush on Mel Gibson. That was before I found out Gibson was a raging anti-Semite, but that’s another post.

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    Plagiarism is using someone else’s ideas, thoughts, and words without giving them proper credit. The word "plagiarism" is from the Latin root for "kidnapper." It means theft of someone else’s words, work, or ideas and passing them off as your own.

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  • 07/05/18--17:00: Article 9
  • Plagiarism is using someone else’s ideas, thoughts, and words without giving them proper credit. The word "plagiarism" is from the Latin root for "kidnapper." It means theft of someone else’s words, work, or ideas and passing them off as your own.

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


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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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    Americans are notorious for a Puritanical work ethic. The US has one of the lowest rates of employees taking true vacations—that is, ignoring their email and work phone when away from the office. Most US employees carryover a significant amount of vacation days every year because they don’t use them like they should. And when they take a vacation, they spend part of the time staying up to speed on email and other work elements.

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    Americans are notorious for a Puritanical work ethic. The US has one of the lowest rates of employees taking true vacations—that is, ignoring their email and work phone when away from the office. Most US employees carryover a significant amount of vacation days every year because they don’t use them like they should. And when they take a vacation, they spend part of the time staying up to speed on email and other work elements.

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    When I was a young teenager, Mad Max movies were all the rage. I had to see each one when it came out, partly because they were superb action flicks and partly because I had a huge crush on Mel Gibson. That was before I found out Gibson was a raging anti-Semite, but that’s another post.

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    Plagiarism is using someone else’s ideas, thoughts, and words without giving them proper credit. The word "plagiarism" is from the Latin root for "kidnapper." It means theft of someone else’s words, work, or ideas and passing them off as your own.

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  • 07/05/18--17:00: Article 10
  • Plagiarism is using someone else’s ideas, thoughts, and words without giving them proper credit. The word "plagiarism" is from the Latin root for "kidnapper." It means theft of someone else’s words, work, or ideas and passing them off as your own.

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    What makes your readers love your main character and hate your protagonist? It’s the classic Good vs. Evil scenario. When you create a main character readers empathize with and an antagonist who is really bad news, they will root for the good guy to win every time. You want your readers to feel strong emotions about your characters, one way or another. Think about a storyline that starts off with the protagonist as a somewhat unlikeable character or doing bad things. Then, throughout the story, it becomes clear why the main character had to do those bad things and we sympathize with him or her.

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    Are you ready for NaNoWriMo?

    It’s the question most asked this time of year, right before National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) that takes over the month of November every year.

    If this is your first time doing NaNoWriMo, don’t stress out too much about it. It’s a huge learning process where you’ll discover what’s most important for you to be able to produce content on a continual basis to move forward towards your end goal of 50,000 words in 30 days.

    The biggest lesson I’ve learned over the years is that it’s not so much about the end result. What you have at the end of 30 days will in no shape or form be a novel ready to print. Depending on your genre, novels can be 80,000 words and up. Just understand: you won’t be finished with it on November 30th.


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