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"Focus on your end goal and the reasonable steps you can take to attain it, and don’t worry about fulfilling some romanticized ideal of a writer’s life."
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3 Things Your Novel’s Narrator Needs to Accomplish
Here are three small but crucial moves that good narrators do.
http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/3-things-your-novels-narrator-needs-to-accomplish?et_mid=691738&rid=234737093 
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Great info here.
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* Teen Summer Writing Workshop: Focus on the Personal Essay*
This workshop is for writers between the ages of 13 and 18 who want to work with a professional writer and dedicated peers in taking their writing abilities to the next level.
Young writers like you have a story to tell. And it is a good story! An important story. But finding the way to tell—to make it matter to others—can be daunting. In a personal essay, a writer has the opportunity to create meaning from a personal experience, an exhilarating joy, a devastating ...
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interesting
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"Awesome First Pages" -- new webinar by agent @kate_mckean- All attendees get a critique of first 500 words.
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did this via "dearauthor" clears out the tear ducts.
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Help WD Choose Our Next Annotated Classic: Will it be Huck Finn? Sherlock Holmes? You Tell Us.
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Anything by Jackie Collins.
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Are Subjects Joined by "And" Singular or Plural? - Grammar Rules
If you’re uncertain whether subjects joined by and should be singular or plural, you’ve come to the right place. The simple answer is here.
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50 Articles on Writing to Help You in 2015
Here’s a cheat sheet linking to 50 great articles that can help you reach your writing goals in 2015. 
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Hello guys am a strong, competitive and self-driven freelance writer passionate about life and work, seeking freelancing writing assignments.
I have been fortunate enough to be exposed to myriad and different kinds of people, worked with people from all parts of the globe, be it Australia, US, Africa, Asia,Canada or Europe, I have learnt and imbibed a lot. kindly contact me if you need any assistance..thanks
here is my email- abbeyshah95@gmail.com
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Agent One-on-One: How to Craft Query Letters, Opening Pages, Synopses, and Nonfiction That Get Noticed Boot Camp
Great way to get your work directly in the hands of a literary agent.
When your submission materials arrive in an agent's inbox, they land among hundreds of others. At that point, one of two things will happen. Either the agent (or the agent's assistant) will like the submission and request more materials, or they will reply with a rejection.
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Writing the Memoir 102
Make real progress on your memoir or nonfiction book! You’ll work with an experienced, published author and your classmates to write and revise your manuscript. In this critique-focused workshop, there are no lectures, reading assignments or exercises. Instead, you will focus on writing tips and reminders throughout. You should be prepared to 7,000 words (approximately 28 manuscript pages) and a short synopsis of your book (500 to 750 words maximum) on the course start date.
Make real progress on your memoir or nonfiction book! You'll work with an experienced, published author and your classmates to write and revise your manuscript. In this critique-focused workshop, there are no lectures, reading assignments or exercises. Instead, you will focus on writing tips and ...
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How to Be a Writer That Literary Agents Want
All agents, admittedly or not, have a wish list—markers that help us determine which writers are primed for our representation. With hundreds of projects flooding our inboxes daily, writers who follow these simple guidelines can catch the eye of an agent and rise like a lotus blossom out of the slush pile. Here’s how to do it.
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Yes, great tips - but I'd like to see a post titled, "How to Be an Agent That Writers Want" as well .
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Will Publishers Buy a 200,000-Word Novel?
You put all your effort in to writing a book and, when finished, it comes out a little longer than most writing guidebooks suggest. Can you still sell that lengthy novel? Here’s the answer.
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+Eduardo Suastegui Agreed. 
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How to Write & Sell New Adult: Agent One-on-One Boot Camp
Boot Camp (w/Critique) Starts Today! Sign up now.
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