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September C. Fawkes
Sometimes I scare people with my enthusiasm for writing and reading and fandom.
Sometimes I scare people with my enthusiasm for writing and reading and fandom.

September C. Fawkes's posts

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Lately while editing, I've noticed several stories that are quite good, but are lacking in small areas here and there, one of them is slightly inaccurate structures of events that take place.

These most often manifest themselves in sentence structures.

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6 Reasons We Get Writer's Block & How to deal with it #WritingTips

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Three questions to ask ourselves when communicating with unsupportive people.

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I remember back when I graduated high school, people were, of course, interested in knowing where I wanted to go from there. When I told them I wanted to be a writer, I was surprised how people felt about it. Little did I know at the time how many of those people are out there.

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Over the last few months, I've been noticing something. I've been seeing writers who are less talented than others find more success.

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“He’ll be famous—a legend—I wouldn’t be surprised if today was known as Harry Potter day in the future—there will be a book written about Harry—every child in our world will know his name!” (Sorcerer's Stone, page 13)

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Hey everyone, what are you doing? Want to watch this interview I did with Writing Fun? 😄
- Talking about running a blog
- What kind of work I do
- Fun fact: Contrary to popular belief, I am not from the South 👍
- Thoughts on story openings and self-publishing
- English accents
- Sherlock
- Quotable dialogue
- YA Lit as a very young genre

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4&1/2 ways to come up with conflicts

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21 Recommended books for writers

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Working with villains who are more sane than the insane but more insane than the sane.
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