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How Great Writers Develop the Theme of a Story

How Great Writers Develop the Theme of a Story

For many writers, upon hearing the word “theme,” our eyes tend to glaze over and our mouths grow slack-jawed. The word may set off flashbacks to high school English, in which teachers forced us endlessly analyze a story’s theme, images and motifs when all we wanted to do was enjoy the writing and the characters. “Can’t a story just be a story?” we might have cried out as we did our homework, shaking our fists at the heavens.

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Outlining for Writers Who Hate to Outline

Outlining for Writers Who Hate to Outline

Outlining. It’s just a word – but, oh, can it leave you shaking in your chair, staring at a blank screen, sweat trickling down your back. I’ve been where you are – multiple times. Every time I read an article about outlining, I squelched the desperate cries of my pantser, and tried the latest technique. The result was always the same: wasted hours, and miserable failure.

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Story vs. Plot: Definitive Differences Between Them

Story vs. Plot: Definitive Differences Between Them

Reckoning with the nature of imagination can be intimidating. But half the battle is understanding the elements. Aren’t story and plot synonymous, though? Can’t we count on those items for automatic symbiosis, happily married in a thrilling rush of prose? Well…nope. Learn more inside.

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18 Irresistible Types of Travel Writing

18 Irresistible Types of Travel Writing

Finally, you’re ready to take the plunge into the travel writing sphere. Now what? What types of travel writing are right for you? Well, whether you’re a novice or seasoned writer searching for something new, there are multiple avenues from which to turn an aspiration into a part-time gig or full-time career. Modern travel writing appears in many forums, from travel blogs and websites, in-flight magazines, trade magazines, newspapers, free periodicals, books and more.  But before all that comes the decision as to which one(s) suits you best.

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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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Pick Your Keyboard Style

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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