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Writers spend a lot of time with just the company of their computer. It’s pretty necessary for what we want to achieve, and that’s to write a good story. And with writing a good story comes a shit ton of research. Sure, the books and the internet are an…
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I’m sitting at my desk, my fingers exploding with words. The lights are off and the somber music is blasting. Then, mid-sentence, my mom bursts into the room. “Time for dinner!” *Interjection Yes, I know. I’m lucky to have food on the table and a caring…
Just Let Me Think!
Just Let Me Think!
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Want to know how to gain a loyal audience for your book before it even hits shelves? Here are some simple tips!

Hello fellow writers of TAJ!  Today I thought I would dive a little bit into that strange and unframiliar world of building a platform.  Now many of us want to be noticed.  We want to have an audience.  But how do we do that? Easy answer, build your…
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This guest post was written by James Blake. Writing could be one of the most misunderstood crafts in the entire planet. Many people, specifically those who don’t practice the craft, have developed all sorts of theories of what writing is like. I’ve met…
5 Writing Myths Debunked
5 Writing Myths Debunked
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If you’re a pun lover like me, or you love a bad joke, here are my 15 favourite writing puns for all you grammar nerds out there. Credits to Buzzfeed and Pinterest. The past, the present and the future walked into a bar. It was tense. Never date an…
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The Non-Fiction Book Breakthrough

I remember the times when I would go to my school library when I was around seven or eight. I wanted to go by myself and sit down and read about inspiring things. I always thought that non-fiction books were things the experts read and you read to get…
The Non-Fiction Book Breakthrough
The Non-Fiction Book Breakthrough
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‘Aspiring Writer’ is an over-used phrase. Before, we start, let me ask you something. Has your pen actually touched paper and written a word? Then you are not an aspiring writer. You have written. You cannot aspire to be something you are. Just to get…
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I shall confess. I completely forgot about camp until I saw @LaurenOlivia’s post on it. >:D So, I frantically grabbed my notebook and started scribbling out a plot- 8 days late. Yes, 8 whole days late. So today, I shall be discussing if you can start Camp…
Can you start Camp Nano late?
Can you start Camp Nano late?
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So for some reason, I thought that working on two novels for camp would be a good idea. Well, so far it has been. I think I’ve actually been writing a lot more for each story than I have ever written when I was working on them separately. That was a…
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It may sound easy, but trust me, it’s hard. The characters have minds and ideas of their own. The plot won’t co-operate. There’s simply just so much that can go so wrong. Are we on the same page? Good. So, here’s where I, hopefully, come in. I will be…
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