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The Write - Publish - Profit SuperStack is back.

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$4,676 of Writing Resources for $47.50 (including a 1-year ProWritingAid Premium license, reg $60!)

The folks over at Infostack have once again bundled together a huge number of writing resources (47, in fact!) at one stupidly cheap price.

How to Use... The Sticky Sentences Report

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A sticky sentence is one that is full of glue words.

Glue words are the empty space that readers need to get through before they can get to your ideas. If your sentences contain more than 45% glue words, they should probably be re-written to increase clarity. Here's how and why.

Not a Natural Business Writer? Here's How to Write Like One

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There’s a funny story normally attributed to Margaret Atwood:

Avoiding Writing? Make Procrastination Work for You

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Is writing a priority on your list? If you’re a serial procrastinator, you look at that list with writing at the very top and think, "What can I do instead?" Well, it’s probably not that flagrant. It’s more like the siren call of the internet subtly pulls your attention away, and hours later, you find yourself looking at pictures of celebrities who let themselves get so fat. Mark another day on the calendar you didn’t meet your word count.How do you procrastinate?

Are You Using Apostrophes Correctly?

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Have you noticed a flare of apostrophes lately in online content? Let’s clear up the confusion once and for all.The only times you use apostrophes are to show possession or to show omissions formed by contractions.

How to Use a Notebook for Your Novel

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Do you have dozens of unfilled journals waiting for your amazing insights and ideas? If you’re like many writers, you buy a new notebook or journal and pen like others buy new clothes. You see something you like, and you buy it without a thought as to how you’ll use it.

When to Use ProWritingAid’s Acronym Check

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You’ve no doubt used most of the amazing reports ProWritingAid runs on your work, but you might have skipped the Acronym Check. Let’s look at why you should reconsider it and when you need to use it.What is an acronym?

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.

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.

Avoiding Writing? Make Procrastination Work for You

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Make procrastination work for you. Choose to procrastinate strategically by doing daily tasks that need done. Don’t procrastinate on time wasters that get you nowhere like binge-watching four seasons of your favorite series on Netflix. Instead, procrastinate with purpose each day and you’ll be surprised at how much you can get done. Including writing.

When Writing Becomes Deeply Personal

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Words, said at the right time, in the right way, by the right person, have changed the world. In this article, we take a look at the power of personal writing.

6 Skills Employees Need to Get Promoted

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Many people want to be promoted. At each rung on the corporate ladder, you can expect more influence and, more importantly, control over what you do each day. Plus, many other perks like bigger bonuses. So how do you get promoted? You master the skills your company needs.

Interjections: When to Use Them

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Zoinks! Humbug! Bada bing! Ruh-roh! Holy Hole in a Doughnut, Batman! An interjection is like a word bomb used to get someone's attention. In this piece, we examine what interjections are and when to use them.

Antithesis: How to Use It In Your Writing

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Antithesis is one of the most revered literary and rhetorical devices. However, few writers use antithesis because it can sound contrived and sanctimonious. Let's take a closer look at how to use it appropriately.

When to Use ProWritingAid’s Sentence Structure Check

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Wouldn’t it be great to compare how you’ve structured your sentences to experts in your field? You can do that with ProWritingAid’s Sentence Structure Check.

Choosing the Type of Memoir to Write

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A memoir consists of snapshots of the author's life. In this article, Jennifer Xue explains what the types of memoirs are and how to choose which one fits what you want to write.

Clean Up Your Content: Eliminate the Non-Words

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The words you use in your content can strengthen or weaken your prose. In this article, we teach you how to boost the power of your content by eliminating non-words and weak phrases that take up space but dilute your statements.

Now, You Can Accept/Ignore a Suggestion and Automatically Jump to the Next

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We've just made an exciting new development to our grammar checking software: the accept and move on function.

Starting Your Novel at the Midpoint

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Most writers start writing at the beginning of their stories. Here's why you might want to start in the middle.