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Synopsis Writing Made Easy – by James Scott Bell…

Synopsis Writing Made Easy – by James Scott Bell…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writers Helping Writers: Every author I know hates writing a synopsis. They hate having to try to boil down their beloved story into 2 – 3 double spaced pages. They agonize over it, moan about it in public, throw fits, start the occasional bar…

The Complete Guide to Ebook Distribution – by Reedsy…

The Complete Guide to Ebook Distribution – by Reedsy…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
At Reedsy, our goal has always been to help authors through every stage of the publishing process, from the actual writing down to the marketing and promotion. However, if there’s one thing our marketplace can’t do, it’s the actual publishing of the book. By that,…

Infographic: 20 ways to conquer writer’s block – by Ted Kitterman…

Infographic: 20 ways to conquer writer’s block – by Ted Kitterman…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on PR Daily: Every writer has faced a moment when the words failed to appear. The yawning whiteness of a blank word document can stymie even the most prolific writers, which is why a handy prompt and a strong writing regimen can be useful. This…

421 ways to say said? – Simplify dialogue instead…

421 ways to say said? – Simplify dialogue instead…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
from Now Novel site: If you search for alternative dialogue tags to use in your story, you’ll find many lists. While some synonyms for ‘said’ read naturally (such as words conveying volume like ‘whispered’), others come across as overwritten and forced, particularly in the wrong…

10 Common Grammar Mistakes And How To Fix Them [Infographic] – by Chris Jager…

10 Common Grammar Mistakes And How To Fix Them [Infographic] – by Chris Jager…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Life Hacker: Cramp image from Shutterstock Some grammar mistakes manage to trip up the vast majority of writers. Take “affect” and “effect” — no matter how many times this grammar rule is explained to people, many writers continue to mix them up. If you’re…

Infographic: Timeless tips to make you a better writer – by Robby Brumberg…

Infographic: Timeless tips to make you a better writer – by Robby Brumberg…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Writing is darn near impossible to master, but there are methods to ease our editorial madness. An infographic posted by GrammarCheck serves up eight helpful hints to aid copy-churning hustlers of every ilk and tribe. See the Infographic HERE

First, Second, and Third Person: Which Point of View is Right for Your Book? – from Reedsy…

First, Second, and Third Person: Which Point of View is Right for Your Book? – from Reedsy…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
The point of view that a novelist chooses for their story from has an enormous impact on how they write it, and the way that their readers will receive the book. A thriller narrated by a serial killer will be miles away from one that…

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