by JW Source link If you’re in school, don’t waste time in English courses. Learn skills not everybody knows, like court reporting or Japanese, so you can get part-time work at a decent wage. Don’t write short stories and poems unless you have a trust fund. No matter how perfect
by Melissa Donovan Source link Find out how conflict drives any story. If a story were a bus, conflict would be the driver. Conflict steers a story, moves it forward, reverses it, stops it in its tracks, and slows or accelerates the pacing. More importantly, conflict keeps readers glued to
by David Safford Source link So you’ve joined the 7 Day Creative Writing Challenge! If you haven’t, get in on the action here! 7 Creative Writing Prompts to Spark a New Story While the event doesn’t officially start until Monday, you may be wondering what to write about each day.
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by Sonia Simone Source link Good to see you again! With the Monday Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, this was a short week on Copyblogger. On Tuesday, Kelton Reid kicked things off with a thoughtful look at impostor syndrome — with clues on how to approach it from different sources,