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How to Make Money as an Author: Important Tips for a Writer’s Success

The article How to Make Money as an Author: Important Tips for a Writer’s Success appeared first on The Write Practice. What are your goals for being a published author? Do you want to know how to make money as an author? Or a living? And if you do, how much do you really want it? Because the depth of your desire will determine your path and your success....

Setting Writing Goals: How to Set Goals and Finish Your Book

The article Setting Writing Goals: How to Set Goals and Finish Your Book appeared first on The Write Practice. Have you ever had a great book idea, or started a story but failed to finish it? Did you try setting writing goals to finish your story, but couldn’t keep up with your giant ambitions? Did failing to meet your writing goals end in your giving...

5 Christmas Writing Prompts to Tickle Your Holiday Spirit

The article 5 Christmas Writing Prompts to Tickle Your Holiday Spirit appeared first on The Write Practice. It’s Christmas Eve! The Write Practice will be taking a brief break from the blog for the next week, but in the meantime we’d love to inspire your writing this holiday season with some Christmas writing prompts. Maybe you’re looking for some...

Short Story Plot: How to Use Ideas and Structure to Plot a Short Story

The article Short Story Plot: How to Use Ideas and Structure to Plot a Short Story appeared first on The Write Practice. Do you want to write a short story, but are unsure about how to develop a short story plot? Short stories rarely require extensive plotting. They’re short, after all. But a bit of an outline, just to get the basic idea down, can...

Writing Success: 3 Easy Steps to Develop Your Writing System

The article Writing Success: 3 Easy Steps to Develop Your Writing System appeared first on The Write Practice. Have you tried writing a book but failed to finish it? Do you wish you could have some writing success, but each time you set out on an idea, something stops you? Do you have a writing system? Having writing skills are only half the battle....

Genre Conventions: How to Satisfy Suspense Readers by Meeting Expectations

The article Genre Conventions: How to Satisfy Suspense Readers by Meeting Expectations appeared first on The Write Practice. When you sit down with a book, are you hoping for a particular type of story experience? This is a common desire, since readers—know it or not—are drawn towards specific genres and genre conventions. From a writer’s perspective,...

How to Come Up with Story Ideas: 6 Foolproof Strategies for Any Writer

The article How to Come Up with Story Ideas: 6 Foolproof Strategies for Any Writer appeared first on The Write Practice. You’re a writer. You want to write a story—but for whatever reason, you’re not inspired right now. Or maybe you are, but you just can’t think of a story idea that really interests you. You need some strategies that can teach you...

Thanksgiving Writing Prompts: 20 Creative Prompts to Practice Gratitude

The article Thanksgiving Writing Prompts: 20 Creative Prompts to Practice Gratitude appeared first on The Write Practice. It’s Thanksgiving week! During this holiday, are you hoping to find some extra practice time for writing? Or maybe you’re looking for some great Thanksgiving writing prompts that can help you express your gratitude? Thanksgiving...

Plotter vs. Pantser: When to Plot, When to Pants, and When to Combine Them

The article Plotter vs. Pantser: When to Plot, When to Pants, and When to Combine Them appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you plan a story? Do you get caught up in the plotter vs. pantser debate and struggle to plan (or write) your story because of this? If you’re a writer, you’ve probably heard about different creative writing methods to...

Dramatic Irony: A Great Literary Device That Adds Suspense to Your Story

The article Dramatic Irony: A Great Literary Device That Adds Suspense to Your Story appeared first on The Write Practice. Do you remember the first time you read Romeo and Juliet? Did you cringe when Romeo kills himself, knowing that Juliet is still alive? This is a perfect example of how to use dramatic irony in your story—a literary device that...

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