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Exploring Unusual Literary Devices for Powerful Prose

Exploring Unusual Literary Devices for Powerful Prose

September 10, 2019 8 min read 0 Comments

Do you know what Epizeuxis means? How about polysyndeton? Do you have any clue what litotes are?  If you answered 'no' to any of these, you need to check out this post on unusual literary devices.  This may be your first time hearing about them, but these devices will instantly make your writing more vibrant and engaging.
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Language Choices: Using Literary Devices to Make Your Writing Stand Out

Language Choices: Using Literary Devices to Make Your Writing Stand Out

August 22, 2019 8 min read 0 Comments

Literary devices have the power to take a piece of writing from mediocre to majestic. However, you need to know how to use literary devices if you want to avoid unintentional gaffes that drive your readers away. Check out our list of our favorite literary devices, and learn how you can use them to take your writing to the next level. 
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How to Use Mood and Atmosphere in Your Novel

How to Use Mood and Atmosphere in Your Novel

August 02, 2019 5 min read 0 Comments

The mood, or atmosphere, of your novel, is one of the things that makes your story stick in your readers’ minds long after they’ve turned the last page. In this post, learn some strategies for creating the perfect atmosphere for your story.  
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Practical Advice for Point of View Problems

Practical Advice for Point of View Problems

July 25, 2019 9 min read 0 Comments

One of the more difficult problems to spot in your own writing is problems with your point of view.  In this article, we explore some of the most common point of view problems, how to recognize them — and, most importantly, how to fix them.
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The Power of Setting: Using Vivid Description to Enthrall Your Readers

The Power of Setting: Using Vivid Description to Enthrall Your Readers

July 18, 2019 8 min read 0 Comments

Great fiction is the kind that has readers dreaming about the setting and the characters long after the book is finished — and if you don’t offer a vivid description of the setting to your readers, they can’t dream about it.  Learn how to craft the kind of descriptions that stick in your readers’ minds.
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