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  • Relationship Thesaurus Entry: Adult Child and Elderly Parent
    by BECCA PUGLISI on July 31, 2021 at 9:08 am

    Successful stories are driven by authentic and interesting characters, so it’s important to craft them carefully. But characters don’t usually exist in a vacuum; throughout the course of your story, they’ll live, work, play, and fight with other cast members. Some of those […]

  • Creative Resistance: 4 Actionable Tips That Combat Your Struggle to Write
    by Guest Blogger on July 30, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    The article Creative Resistance: 4 Actionable Tips That Combat Your Struggle to Write appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you overcome creative resistance? How do you handle that big, blank screen staring at you from your computer? The cursor just […]

  • Creative Resistance: 4 Actionable Tips That Combat Your Struggle to Write
    by Guest Blogger on July 30, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    The article Creative Resistance: 4 Actionable Tips That Combat Your Struggle to Write appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you overcome creative resistance? How do you handle that big, blank screen staring at you from your computer? The cursor just […]

  • Genre Switching: Launching a Successful Career in a New Genre
    by Guest Poster on July 29, 2021 at 7:11 am

    Admit it, you’ve thought about cheating. After all, there’s so many to choose from, why tie yourself down to one genre? (Hey, what did you THINK I was talking about?) The reality is we’re always growing and changing, and sometimes that means delving into a new genre that […]

  • 8 Hero’s Journey Archetypes Universally Used for a Protagonist
    by David Safford on July 28, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    The article 8 Hero’s Journey Archetypes Universally Used for a Protagonist appeared first on The Write Practice. There are heroes everywhere. A great Hero's Journey can take place in any genre. But did you know there are eight hero's journey archetypes that work especially […]

  • 8 Hero’s Journey Archetypes Universally Used for a Protagonist
    by David Safford on July 28, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    The article 8 Hero’s Journey Archetypes Universally Used for a Protagonist appeared first on The Write Practice. There are heroes everywhere. A great Hero's Journey can take place in any genre. But did you know there are eight hero's journey archetypes that work especially […]

  • 4 Practical Exercises to Improve Writing Skills (and Keep Practicing)
    by J. D. Edwin on July 26, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    The article 4 Practical Exercises to Improve Writing Skills (and Keep Practicing) appeared first on The Write Practice. Have you ever heard what people tell kids who want to play sports? Practice. Did you grow up with music lessons? You’ve probably heard the same […]

  • 4 Practical Exercises to Improve Writing Skills (and Keep Practicing)
    by J. D. Edwin on July 26, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    The article 4 Practical Exercises to Improve Writing Skills (and Keep Practicing) appeared first on The Write Practice. Have you ever heard what people tell kids who want to play sports? Practice. Did you grow up with music lessons? You’ve probably heard the same […]

  • Writing And Publishing Literary Fiction With Roz Morris
    on July 26, 2021 at 6:10 am

    How do you know when the seed of an idea is enough for a novel? What makes literary fiction different from other genres? Roz Morris shares her writing process from idea to the publication of Ever Rest. In the intro, my experience of COVID, my interview on Story of a […]

  • How Amazon and Bookbub Will Help You Sell Books–FREE
    by Anne R. Allen on July 25, 2021 at 4:55 pm

    Amazon and Bookbub offer great marketing tools. And they’re free! by Ruth Harris Yeah, we know… A BookBub feature will rocket your book skyward. Stacked promos can help you tickle the algos and ride the tsunami. A great launch strategy well executed can get your book a […]

  • Relationship Thesaurus Entry: Spouses and Partners
    by BECCA PUGLISI on July 24, 2021 at 9:17 am

    Successful stories are driven by authentic and interesting characters, so it’s important to craft them carefully. But characters don’t usually exist in a vacuum; throughout the course of your story, they’ll live, work, play, and fight with other cast members. Some of those […]

  • Do You Italicize Book Titles? And Other Title Conundrums
    by Alice Sudlow on July 23, 2021 at 4:00 am

    The article Do You Italicize Book Titles? And Other Title Conundrums appeared first on The Write Practice. Italics, quotation marks, underlines, plain old capital letters—when it comes to writing titles, the rules can feel like a confusing mess. Do you italicize book titles? […]