Tips for Non-NaNo Writers: A November Survival Guide


Originally posted on Bare Knuckle Writer:
Dude, we should totally order a pizza and watch writers flip out. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) As promised, part two of my Survival Guide to NaNoWriMo. Part One, for Participants, is over here. This time, pull up a sideline chair and get the popcorn. Here’s how to make it through…

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Redundant Writing


Originally posted on Writing Tips from Creative Writing Institute:
The Same Ol’ Thing by Ariel Pakizer, Creative Writing Institute Volunteer Writing is tricky, but one rule is clear…readers, editors, and publishers like clean writing that is free of redundancies. No one likes to plod through oceans of verbiage. Redundancies slow the narrative and clutter the…

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