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There are No Failed Books: 3 Ways to Save a Trunk Novel

There are No Failed Books: 3 Ways to Save a Trunk Novel

We call them Trunk Novels—novels that start off with so much promise, so much excitement, and then proceed to consume hundreds of thousands of words and huge tracts of time without ever coalescing into something resembling coherency. Every author has at least one. Most of us have several.

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The 9 Absolute Best Books on Writing by the Pros

The 9 Absolute Best Books on Writing by the Pros

One great way to find free (or at least cheap!) advice you can learn at your own pace is to read books on writing. Many prominent writers, publishers, English professors, and grammarians have written books on their craft intended to help writers improve their craft. And who better is there to learn from than the experts?

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5 Ways to Establish Your Writing Practice

5 Ways to Establish Your Writing Practice

If you struggle to establish a writing practice, don’t despair. While writing will never be a completely painless process, there are ways to make it easier on yourself (not to mention more fun). First, though, some real talk: Most people who want to write never do. Or, at least, they never make writing enough of a habit to finish any of the big projects they have in mind, be it a novel, a memoir, or a chapbook of poems.

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Writing Habits to Jumpstart Your Creativity and Keep You Focused

Writing Habits to Jumpstart Your Creativity and Keep You Focused

As humans, we’re all creatures of habit. But our habits are always doing one of two things: helping us or hurting us. The good news for writers is that we can leverage our tendency toward the habitual to aid us in the writing process. Good writing habits, when used correctly, can help us get into a regular rhythm that cultivates inspiration and keeps us focused during our writing time.

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What You Ought to Know About Crafting Great Scenes

What You Ought to Know About Crafting Great Scenes

We often think of scenes as plot segments, or to use a theatrical term, motivational units. Yet consider two things. First, a scene can rarely stand alone and make sense by itself. But some jokes and some short stories, particularly flash fiction, are exceptions.

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The Freewrite is available with two styles of keyboards to support users from around the world.

American (ANSI)

Wide [return] Key
No [alt gr] Key

International (ISO)

⅂-Shaped [return] Key
With [alt gr] Key

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