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  • 07/19/18--17:00: Sentence Length
  • Use varied sentence length to hold your reader's attention


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  • 07/19/18--17:00: Filler Words
  • Filler words: Words without a purpose


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    There comes a point in every writer’s life when he can’t face the blank page again. Whether you’re a copywriter or a fiction writer, that damn blank page has an insolent stare you can’t take anymore. It’s definitely time for a break.

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  • 07/19/18--17:00: Article 18
  • The Oxford comma has been the deciding factor behind $10 million lawsuits. Need more reasons to start using the Oxford comma? Click here!


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    There are thousands of parenting blogs published daily around the world. Why should you write one, what would make it different and will anyone read it?


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    Craigslist has a huge number of opportunities, but you'll need these shortcuts to make the platform worth your while.


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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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    You may have noticed that ProWritingAid’s word count differs from others, like MS Word, Scrivener, Google Docs, and even Grammarly. There’s a very simple reason for it: each program counts words with apostrophes, numbers, hyphens, commas, periods, and other characters differently.Examples

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    Everywhere you look are self-driving cars, augmented and virtual reality, and chat bots that are usurping customer service. Many of today’s workers worry that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will replace their jobs, leaving them out in the cold while robots take over the world. In fact, analyst firm Forrester predicts that AI will replace 16% of jobs in the United States by 2025. And PricewaterhouseCoopers reports that AI will take over 30% of UK jobs. The future: is it all AI and ML?

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    The apostrophe when used correctly adds clarity to a piece of writing. But when misused it can add a tad of confusion.


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    The apostrophe is a useful little tool when used correctly. But when misused it can be a tad confusing.


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    Writing professionally is one of the most flexible careers out there. You can work from anywhere in the world at any time of the day or night. Charging the right rates would determine the lifestyle and the financial independence as a working writer.


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    Starting out as a freelance writer requires more than a strong determination. Frequently, you'd need to accept low-paying assignments just to break into the profession. For this reason, many new writers work for content mills. Despite its bad reputation, there are actually some pros in writing for them.


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    There are thousands of parenting blogs published daily around the world. Why should you write one, what would make it different and will anyone read it?


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  • 08/14/18--17:00: How I Write While on the Go
  • Traveling, even that for work, enriches our lives and provides ample material for our writing. The key is to capture those moments without getting overwhelmed in the moment. Your writing will grow as will your ability to reflect on the experience.


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  • 08/14/18--17:00: Write for an Audience of One
  • We’re the subject of our own lives and instead of just getting by day to day, journaling allows us to explore our experiences and ourselves. Writing about what we know gives us the opportunity to grow as a person and as a writer.


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    Six story exercises to test your story idea for a novel. Avoid wasting time on an idea that doesn’t work before making a commitment to an entire novel.


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    How to write content for the new conversational search on voice devices to provide the one answer customers want. A strategy and eight steps to get started.


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    Continuing our Essential Reading series this year, we’re focusing on romance novels, from the classics to the breathless reads of today’s masters. We scoured several sources, but the two main ones upon which we built this list are National Public Radio’s "Happy Ever After: 100 Swoon-Worthy Romances" and Goodread’s "Best Top Romance Novels of All Time." Let’s get right to the meat.1. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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  • 08/17/18--17:00: Types of Characters
  • As we work our way through Orson Scott Card’s Characters & Viewpoint, we turn our attention to the types of characters available to novelists today. Let’s first look at the Hero and the Common Man.The hero and the common man

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