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Foreshadowing in Fiction: Tricks to Keep Your Readers Guessing

May 10, 2019 8 min read 0 Comments

Foreshadowing is one of the most important techniques a writer must have in their toolbox.  Using foreshadowing effectively will allow you to create gripping plot twists that leave insightful readers (and viewers) experiencing that satisfying ‘ah-ha’ moment. Check out our comprehensive guide on the difference between the different types of foreshadowing, and how you can leverage each type to get the desired effect.
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Finding Your Writer’s Voice: Expert Advice for Developing Your Style

May 01, 2019 7 min read 0 Comments

Finding a writing voice is one of the most important things you can do as a writer.  A writer's 'voice' is authentic and unique to them - comprised of several factors including personality, tone, and choice of words.  In this article, we explore a few strategies for finding your voice and making sure it shines through in your next project.
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Powerful Plots: 3 Expert Tricks for Building a Story Arc

April 24, 2019 6 min read 0 Comments

Your story arc is what gives your novel structure and makes it satisfying for your readers. Without it, you have a story that meanders around, getting nowhere, and it doesn’t matter how beautiful your prose is - without a story arc, you’ll leave your readers woefully dissatisfied.
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Story-Writing Masterclass: 10 Tips for the Perfect Piece of Fiction

April 19, 2019 10 min read 0 Comments

In this masterclass article, we're going to share with you the ten top tips for the perfect piece of fiction - drawing on the wisdom of some of the greatest bestselling authors of all time.
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5 Secrets of Persuasion: Use NLP to Influence Your Readers

April 11, 2019 5 min read 0 Comments

Whether you’re writing blogs, emails to your subscribers, or landing page copy to promote a product, it's important to know how to write persuasively.  In this blog post, we walk through 5 ways you can embed Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) principles in your writing to be more persuasive.
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