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    25 Inspiring Pinterest Boards For Writers

    25 Inspiring Pinterest Boards For Writers 1

    Many of us have a preconceived notion about Pinterest. We think Pinterest is only beneficial to designers, photographers, fashion bloggers, artists and the like. However, Pinterest boards are an amazing platform for writers too. Writers can use creative Pinterest boards not only to promote their articles or books and establish a brand for themselves, but also for ...

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    5 Ways To Stop Procrastinating When You Cannot See What Is Ahead

    5 Ways To Stop Procrastinating When You Cannot See What Is Ahead

    When one decides to be a writer, they are treading uncharted waters. They must be responsible and must complete the work their book demands, while meeting a set target. Bestselling author, Stephen King, writes 2,000 words per day and allows himself to not meet his target only under dire circumstances. He completes a 180,000 word ...

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    How To Write Stories That Children Will Love Reading

    How To Write Stories That Children Will Love Reading

    Stories are an integral part of one’s childhood. Most of us grew up reading and listening to tales of valour, courage and bravery, such as Ramayana and Mahabharata, and they are still engraved in every child’s memory. A well-written story will capture one’s imagination and stay in their memory for a long time. Children usually ...

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    Five Mistakes to Avoid While Writing a Literary Series

    Five Mistakes to Avoid While Writing a Literary Series

    A literary series is a celebrated form of literature that millions of readers around the world enjoy. A series can belong to any genre from science fiction to fantasy or romance to crime fiction. There are some books that pop into your mind the moment you hear the word ‘literary series’ – Harry Potter, The ...

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    Clichés to Avoid while Writing

    Clichés to Avoid while Writing

    Let’s come to terms with reality – readers no longer like to read stuff that has been washed, rinsed, and soaked n number of times. Readers are looking for something new to read; something that’ll enchant them and enlighten them. So, if you want to steer clear from accusations on cliché, follow some of the ...