Monthly Archives: February 2018

Using Mythology to Improve Your Writing

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Doug Lewars Mythology is a goldmine for authors–particularly those who write fantasy–although some of the plots within the myths can be adapted to other genres as well. Myths are a feature…

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How Every Writer Has Their Own Method

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? How many of you remember the dreaded research papers you had to write in high school?  Raise your hand.  Better off, don’t raise your hand.  That’s too reminiscent of being back in…

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Critiquing: Giving and Getting the Gold

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Josh Langston ? So, what goes into a critique? What is it that makes it useful, or not? For openers, try to be positive. That doesn’t mean sugar-coating. It means finding…

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9 Tips to Improve Your Writing

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Cátia Isabel Silva ? Improvement. That’s an amazing word and fundamental for all of us who want to continuously get better at our jobs. As I already said in previous posts,…

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How to Avoid Being too Wordy in Your Writing: Clause and Effect

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Richard Risemberg ? Do you love subordinate clauses? I know I do. And how about assonance and alliteration, rhythm and rhyme? Let’s face it: they can be as tasty as chocolate.…

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