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The Growth Mindset and Prepping for NaNoWriMo

The Growth Mindset and Prepping for NaNoWriMo

Hey! Welcome back. At the start of this month I announced my project for the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), which is a program run every November that helps you finish (or get well on your way to finishing) a first draft of a novel. You can connect with other writers, set milestones, track your…

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3120 Jaw-Dropping Thriller and Horror Writing Prompts

3120 Jaw-Dropping Thriller & Horror Writing Prompts

Hey! Welcome back. Nope I didn’t make a mistake in the title; below you are going to find THREE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY different ideas for a story! Instead of simple writing prompts we’re mixing it up. First you’re going to select a character that corresponds to the last digit of your phone number…

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5 helpful tips for writing short stories

5 Helpful Tips For Writing Short Stories

Hey! Welcome back. Today we’re going to explore five things to remember when writing a short story. Short stories are a great way to develop your writing and to find your voice as a writer. Many successful published authors, including Ray Bradbury, Stephen King and Neil Gaiman, started out writing short stories. This was also…

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Writing Analysis Lethal White by JK Rowling

Writing Analysis: Lethal White by JK Rowling

Hey! Welcome back. This week I’m doing a writing analysis which is similar to a book review but from a writing perspective. I’ll be looking at different techniques the author has used and the overall impact of the techniques on the story. Texts are based on my reading preferences and I am not affiliated with…

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20 Epic Fairy Tale Writing Prompts - alternate histories

20 Epic Fairy Tale Writing Prompts

Hey! Welcome back. Today we’re checking out some writing prompts with a twist. In his Masterclass, Neil Gaiman discusses alternate history books; those that ask the question ‘what if’. What if Germany had won World War Two? What if JFK hadn’t been assassinated? What if Hilary Clinton had become president? There’s a great list of…

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Writing Analysis The Hunger by Alma Katsu

Writing Analysis: The Hunger by Alma Katsu

Hey! Welcome back. This week I’m doing a writing analysis which, to recap, is similar to a book review but from a writing perspective. I’ll be looking at different techniques the author has used, what has worked, what hasn’t, and the overall impact of the techniques on the story. Texts are based on my reading…

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