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Why Narrative Satisfaction Matters: Lessons from Game of Thrones

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Millions of fans are not thrilled with the ending of 'Game of Thrones'. Hayley Milliman examines what lessons aspiring fiction writers can learn from the show's missteps.

Writing Tips: How to Use Irony Like William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare loved using irony in his work. How can you do the same? In this post, we'll show you how irony works and how to use it.

Worldbuilding: How to Create New Species for Your Story's World

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Want to create fictional races or species in your book? Writer Kathy Edens has the tips you need. In this article, she'll offer her advice on the best ways to do it.

How to Recognize Pseudo-Science in References

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As a professional writer, understanding the validity of your references and spotting pseudo-science is key to the quality of your works, especially in non-fiction. Whether you write corporate blogs about what motivates people to keep their online habits or magazine articles on various lesser-known vocations, you'll need reliable references to back up your arguments.

Master the Plot Points That Matter/ Five Essential Novel Plot Points

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The five novel plot points a writer can’t skip. Learn what they are and where to place them in your story.

Structure Your Article for Better SEO Results/Article Structure for SEO

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Organize your content for semantic closeness. Show search engines how topics relate and make it easy for readers to understand your text.

The Internet's Best List of Clichés

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To cliché or not to cliché, that is the question. This comprehensive list of clichés will help you decide what to use or leave behind in your writing.

Announcing the Indie Publishing Boot Camp!

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Want to get the info you need for indie publishing success? Join us at the Indie Publishing Boot Camp! This article tells you when it is, what you get, and why it's awesome.

How to Create Famous (and Infamous) Characters in Fiction

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Want to write famous and infamous characters? Want to make them feel lifelike? In this article, writer Kathy Edens offers several helpful tips on how to do it.

The Best Biographies Ever Written

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Want to read some of the best biographies ever written? In this post, writer Kathy Edens collects some of the best biographies of all time. See her 20 top picks!

Why Writers Should Let Their Minds Wander During Idea Generation

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Our brains are overstimulated. As writers, we need to let our mind rest so new ideas will grow. Find ways that allow you space to pause, slow down, and let go of unproductive thoughts.

Will AI Replace Your Writing Job?

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Artificial intelligence is coming to all kinds of industries. Is it coming to writing? Writer Jennifer Xue examines how this new technology might affect our craft.

How to Balance Surprise and Suspense in Your Novel

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Learn the difference between surprise and suspense and how to use them in your story. In this article, writer Zara Altair breaks down when and where to use each.

Take the Homonym/Homophone Challenge!

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Hung up on homonyms? Learn the top five most common word confusions and how to be precise in your meaning.

Anaphora Examples

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Anaphora is the deliberate repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of a clause to achieve an artist effect. In this article, we break down what anaphora is and how to use it.

The Top 25 Oxymorons

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An oxymoron is a figure of speech in which two words with contradictory meanings are placed side-by-side. Here's a list of 25 of our favorites.

Why You Should Write and Produce Audiobooks Professionally

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Audiobooks are growing rapidly as more and more people switch to listening to them. In this article, Jennifer Xue discusses how to write and publish your first audiobook.

Master the Plot Points that Matter

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Even if your writing is stellar and your characters are engaging, your novel will fall flat if you don't master these five key plot points.

Take the Homonym/Homophone Challenge!

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Hung up on homonyms? Learn the top five most common word confusions and how to be precise in your meaning.

The 25 Best Memoirs

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Some memoirs go beyond a retelling of a person’s life and experiences. They explain life in an entertaining way that resonates with readers. The best memoirs make you laugh, cry, shrink in horror, or all of the above. Here are 25 of them.