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Atomic Content: Breaking Things Down to Build Them Back Up

Not to be dramatic or anything, but I think I’ve burned down my whole content creation workflow and started building a new one. It’s been a long time coming, a long time of trying, and I think it’s finally starting to work. I’ve been wanting to write you this email for months now, but I […]

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Sequence of Events in a Story: How to Order Scenes That Build Suspense

The article Sequence of Events in a Story: How to Order Scenes That Build Suspense loomed first on The Write Practice. Have you ever felt misled when reading a book? Like the author held back information that would have enhanced your see know? Or neglected to include all the relevant items that would have allowed […]

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No More Consumers!

I don’t like the word “consumer.” It is one-dimensional and does not accurately image the relations between the two countries we experience with the people we treated with on social media. They buy our products and often discuss the matter with their friends. Can’t we find a better descriptor? In one respect, maybe we could […]

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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 […]