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What do you do when a teen in your life is a diehard writer? When they won’t clean their room and just want to write stories or poems all day? First off, congrats to any adult reading this who wants to support a young writer whether they are related or not. You are lucky to have a dreamer in your life, and they are lucky to have you. Read more on ways to support young writers! Writing Prompts, Writer, Writing About Yourself, Author, Good Books, Writing Programs, Writing Contests, Nurturing, Life Is
10 Ways to Nurture a Young Writer by K.B. Jensen
What do you do when a teen in your life is a diehard writer? When they won’t clean their room and just want to write stories or poems all day? First off, congrats to any adult reading this who wants to support a young writer whether they are related or not. You are lucky to have a dreamer in your life, and they are lucky to have you. Read more on ways to support young writers!
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How To Become A Children’s Book Reviewer
Want to work from home as a children's book reviewer and read children's books for money? If you are a stay-at-home mom or parent who wants to spend more time with your kids while making extra money, why not become a children's book reviewer! As a parent, you will have a unique perspective about what makes a good children's book, the educational value of a children's book, as well as how your child or children enjoyed a particular book. #BookReview #ChildrensBook #PictureBook #KidLit
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100 Life Quotes From Famous Authors That Prove Everyone Has Bad Days
Inspirational, famous literary quotes about life motivate us. When words from someone so talented can touch your heart, having a bad day becomes easier because you realize you're not alone. No matter who you are in this world — including those who seem like they’re too great to have any heartache or awful days — we all go through the same things. #Writing #Inspiration #Quotes #LiteraryQuotes
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How to Start a Book Blog – A Beginner’s Guide to Book Blogging
Whether it’s a fun past-time or a way to enhance your writing career, starting a book blog is a great way to get the most out of your reading. Connect with like-minded readers, share your thoughts, improve your writing skills and indulge your love for all things bookish! Follow this guide to creating the best book blog in the easiest (and most organised) fashion! #BookBlogging #Guide #Writing #BooksToRead
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8 Novel Outline Templates That Help You Write Your Story
You’ve settled on the idea you believe has potential for a great novel. You’ve done your research. You’ve spent a great deal of time developing your characters. Maybe you even started writing your outline, but you’re frustrated. You’re ready to start writing, and you’re confused about which plot structure will best fit your story. #Writing #Resource #Template #Genre
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24 Book Review Questions to Ask Before Writing a Review
Trying to write a book review but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, these book review questions for a book report will help you on your way! #BookReview #Writing #WritingTips
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Writing a Trilogy: How to Plan a Series of Novels
A book series is a powerful writing tool, because it allows you to take your reader on a journey. Your trilogy can grow alongside them, and you have far more space to explore your characters, worlds, and themes than you would in a single novel. Trilogies in particular have a unique kind of resonance. #Writing #WritingTips #BookSeries #Trilogy
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100 NEW Blog Topics for Fiction Writers
One of our most popular blog posts from the past few years was called 50 Blog Topics for Fiction Writers. I had a conversation with a fiction writer who said, "I write fiction - why would I need a blog? What on earth would I write about?" That conversation inspired the blog post. And from the response that we got, it was a question that many fiction writers were asking as well. #Writing #WritingTips #Blog #BlogPost #Ideas
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The Basics to Writing Dialogue in Picture Books
Have you thought about adding dialogue to your picture book manuscript? Some writers skip it, while others only tell a story with dialogue. Is there a trick to writing dialogue in your picture book? Today, I’m looking at how to use dialogue in picture books using Dorothia Rohner’s book, I AM GOOSE. Learn the 2 rules you need to use when writing in the short video below. #Dialogue #PictureBook #ChildrensBook #KidLit #Writing #WritingTips
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The Beginner's Guide to Illustrate a Children's Book
Starting a children's book is not that difficult. To help you along, here is a simple guide for you to illustrate a fantastic one. Check this out! #Illustration #PictureBook #ChildrensBook #KidLit
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11 Ways Authors Can Help Other Authors
One of the reasons I started this blog was because I was so inspired by the community of support I discovered when I attended my first writer’s conference. #Community #KidLit #PictureBook #ChildrensBook #ForAuthors
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How to Survive All 4 Weeks of NaNoWriMo
By the time this article goes live, we’ll already be a few days into National Novel Writing Month, so I hope you’re well on your way to hitting that coveted 50k. Over the last five years I’ve taken part in my fair share of NaNoWriMos, and they’ve always been a blast! #NaNoWriMo #Writing #WritingTips
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Why Write Book Reviews
I tell aspiring writers to write book reviews when their first getting started. But I think it’s a good idea even when you’re a professional writer. #BookReview #Writing #WritingTips
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HOW TO CREATE A WRITER’S NOTEBOOK FOR NANOWRIMO
Twas the night before NaNo, and all through the house, Mel was plotting and scribbling, trying not to freak out… #NaNoWriMo #WritersNotebook #Writing #WritingTips
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How to Build Strong Characters for Your Children’s Book
Do you ever read a book and wonder how the writer made you fall in love with their characters so well? Being able to build strong characters takes a lot of pre-planning and TONS of practice, but it is a skill you can learn. It all starts with knowing who’s in the cast of your story . . . #ChildrensBook #StrongCharacter #CharacterTrait #Writing #WritingTips