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How You Can Write About Anything

In a gentle way, you can shake the world ~ Mahatma Gandhi If you like to write or want to write but don’t know what to write, your life just got better. YOU CAN WRITE ABOUT ANYTHING. Joy, a woman in … Continue reading

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Writing Tip of the Week November 4th

Concrete Words Balance general words and abstract ideas with specific and concrete words. General words name groups of things: for example, fish, fruit. Abstract words name qualities or ideas: for example, protection, danger. Specific and concrete words name things that … Continue reading

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Writing Tip of the Week – October 29th

5 Bits of Writing Advice Increase your word power. Words are the raw material of our craft. The greater your vocabulary the more effective your writing. We who write in English are fortunate to have the richest and most versatile … Continue reading

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Writing Tip of the Week September 24th

Successful writing is all about trust and authority. It makes sense to write about your area of expertise. If you don’t have an expertise, reading and writing is the best way to develop one and put it on display. Learn … Continue reading

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Writing Tip of the Week July 30th

Writing Tip for July 30th. Give your writing the conversation test. After you have finished writing, whether it’s a book, an article, memo or letter, read it aloud. Ask yourself if you would say to your reader what you are … Continue reading

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Writing Tip of the Week July 16th

Here’s your Writing Tip of the Week for July 16th The writing habit: Blogging gets you writing. It builds a writing habit and whether that’s sharing a post daily, weekly or monthly it gets you into the habit of shaping, … Continue reading

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Writing Tip of the Week – June 25th

Aloha, Here’s your Writing Tip of the Week for June 25th As this following applies to writing – if you want to write, have a strong desire to give your ideas a chance, waiting for the exact right time might … Continue reading

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Writing tip of the Week – June 11

There are events which are so great that if a writer has participated in them his obligation is to write truly rather than assume the presumption of altering them with invention. Ernest Hemingway

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Writing tip of the Week – June 4th

Writing Tip of the Week – June 4th. Writing became such a process of discovery that I couldn’t wait to get to work in the morning:  I wanted to know what I was going to say.  ~Sharon O’Brien Enjoy! Jasmyne

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Writing Tip of the Week – May 28th

May 28th This is a great quote for reminding us that good writing uses all the senses-showing rather than telling both about our internal experience as well as our external experience. “A perfectly healthy sentence, it is true, is extremely … Continue reading

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