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The Best Ways to Use Metaphors and Other Literary Devices

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Jordan Jolley ? Literary devices are the paintbrush. The story is the painting. We’ve all been taught this ever since we learned how to read. Letters build words. Words build stories. Most of us have also been taught how to make our writing come to life,…

Identity Crisis #writing #lifehacks #mgtab

Identity Crisis #writing #lifehacks #mgtab

Originally posted on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author :
? Photo by Lum3n.com on Pexels.com ? Lately, I’ve been questioning my ability as a writer and it’s left me feeling lost and depressed. Do you ever doubt yourself? I think it began with the big change in our lives this summer. As many of you know,…

5 Things to Look For in a Book Cover

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? Book covers can be the last thing you think about as an author, but ultimately, they’re the first thing your readers will see. So how do you find a book cover that will perfectly complement the story you’ve written, edited, and worked so hard to create? These…

The Benefits of Co-Writing

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Felicity Annora ? Hello! And welcome back to the wonderfully, weird corner of the internet. YO GIRL IS BACK WITH A WRITING POST. So before I jump into this headfirst, there’s been some general franticness in the air for writers as NaNoWriMo fast approaches. Me and…

Stuck with Your Story? Why You Keep Hitting Walls and Dead Ends in Your Writing

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Lauren Sapala ? For the longest time I had major problems doing revisions on my writing. It seemed so easy for everyone else. Why was it so hard for me? Of course, I also had trouble writing. I hardly ever experienced that state of “effortless flow”…

3 Struggles Only a Writer Will Understand

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Daniella Levy ? As writers, we’re often referred to as some of the strangest, most misunderstood members of society, and it’s a theme that has certainly carried down from generation to generation. It’s probably to do with the creative lifestyle – always obsessing over a project…

PitchWars? Not For Me, This Year.

PitchWars? Not For Me, This Year.

Originally posted on Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress:
Sitting This One Out For the first time since I found the PitchWars community, I’m really not entering. Between work stress, life stress, and not having anything new, it’s just not going to happen for me this year. I haven’t even looked at any of the blogs…

K.M. Allan

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