Category: Writing Advice

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Illusions of Dialogue: The Vanishing Tag by Jesse Teller

This is the lesson I have heard when it comes to dialogue: Don’t tag too often. Don’t get too specific with your tag. First, let’s define tag. A tag is very simple. He said is a tag. We have all seen them a million times. Remember that. We will get back to that. Tags are…
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October 21, 2017 0

5 Manuscript Formatting Secrets to Win a Reader’s Love

Hello Lovely Our Write Siders, So you have finished your novel, and you decided to self-publish. Everyone’s doing it, so why shouldn’t you? After having your book edited, and getting the book cover designed, you are ready to throw it up on the Zon, or wherever, and sell some copies, right? Oh… formatting. A very…
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October 19, 2017 0

A Surprising Tip to Triple Audience Growth

As a fantasy author, I sometimes find myself envious of the protagonists of the stories I read and write. They exist in a world where they can magically make things happen, and I often desire to discover an easy way to get more readers for my book. If I had access to magic, I’d use…
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October 18, 2017 0