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Writing Your First Novel: How to Fix an (Accidentally) Autobiographical Novel

Some of you may be participating in our 100 Day Book program, writing your first novel on your own, or kicking around the idea of starting that manuscript. Writing your first tale is hard. It’s a struggle. It’s a learning process. And it’s often autobiographical, even though they are you don’t signify it to be. […]

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How to Find the Writing Coach You Need

Do you have a great idea for a notebook but you’re not sure what to do with it? Have you ever started writing a book and never finished, or finished it but didn’t know what to do next? If yes, you might feel baffled. You also might vastly benefit from hiring a writing coach. But […]

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How to Finish Your Novel Faster: 4 Lessons From (Almost) Missing My Writing Deadlines

This client affix is by Demi LeJeune. Demi is a writer of near and far future Science Fiction blended with a dash of Thriller and a great deal of person. His aim is to send readers on what-if escapist escapades. Find out more on his website at demilejeune.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter( […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Beta Readers: Definition, Why They Matter, and How to Find Them

If you’ve looked into the process of publishing a volume, you might have heard the call “beta readers.” But what are beta readers? Do you really need them? And when do they come into the writing process? A couple suggestions: yes, if you’re going to publish a journal, you need beta books. And no, they’re […]

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How to Write a Book That’s Based on a True Story

Life is filled with stranger-than-fiction instants. But how do you write a book based on a genuine legend? How do you take those fantastical occasions and turn them into an even better narrative? In practice, it’s much harder than it reverberates! As a writer, you certainly want to capture those instants in an irresistible fib […]

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Control Or Creativity?

The post Control Or Creativity ? saw first on Fiction Notes. Who’s in control of the publishing process? Once the contract is signed, does the author have any say in what happens to the story? Traditional contracts be clarified that the publishing busines will write as they see fit. In other names, ensure is given […]

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StreetHunters Bookshelf: Street Sweeper Magazine

Opening Dear Streethunters.net Readers, Today we will be reviewing a new Street Photography magazine called Street Sweeper Magazine. It was forwarded to me by Jaycee Malicdan, a California-based street photographer born in Yokosuka, Japan. Jaycee is the chief editor and founder of Street Sweeper. I have to admit that before receiving a copy to review, […]