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In order to make certain that this community remains a useful writing resource and not a place for writers to promote their works, I'm asking that everyone respect the following guidelines:

1: No links to poetry, fiction, short stories, and so on--this site is for resources, not for feedback and criticism. (There are many other groups dedicated for that on Google+.)

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3: Pick & Choose your Blog Posts carefully--keep them in the spirit of the group, which is meant for sharing knowledge, hints, tips, and information about writing.

In short, unless your post is specifically meant to give writers a tool on improving their craft, it doesn't belong here.

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7 dos and don't for authors who want to do it right www.authorandsister.net/blog/authors-donts-and-dos/
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We extended our Trilogy Awards deadline, which is now April 15 (tomorrow, folks!)
This is an award offered for flash fiction, non-fiction pieces and poetry. The award-winning manuscripts will be published in our first issue of the online journal, The Hidden River Review of Arts & Letters. (Secret for Google+ writers: If you use the code word SCHUYLKILL we will give you a two week extension to May 1, 2018.)

https://hiddenriverarts.wordpress.com/hidden-river-review-awards/hidden-river-review-trilogy-awards-non-fiction-poetry-and-very-short-fiction/

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Avoid letting the steam go cold in your story. Sure there're times when passive voice paints a perfect description but always ensure your characters revolves around such. Keep your characters active... it's their job to keep the story active.
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I am traditionally an illustrator and would like to get into writing kids/preteen illustrated stories books - not comic book.
Any suggestions for where and how to begin finding a good publisher.

Hey guys, I need help. I'm writing a fantasy novel which is set in the medieval times. I wanted some information about archery, sword fighting and spear or axe fighting so that I can write as realistically as possible. Please help me if you know where I can get information on these topics, or what I need to search for. Thanks in advance.

I need help i have writers block

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Curious on how the book process works when you #publish traditionally? Check this post out!
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