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    I’ve been chronicling my experience with editing here at Coffee House Writers with some of my past articles. “Starting Over: Mirroring Kristin Cashore’s Writing of Bitterblue” was about how rewriting the whole story was my original plan. “An Editing Process for Pantsers” mentioned a very analytical way of evaluating each scene and figuring out whether ...
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    You spent hours researching and creating the perfect article, but once it was online, your views didn’t meet your expectations. As an online writer, you need to do more than present a well-researched and written piece. You must convince the viewer in less than 15 seconds that your article or webpage says something of value ...
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    One of the worst parts about trying to write a story is getting stuck. It happens to everyone at some point. You see the scene that you want to write, but the words aren’t coming. If they are coming, nothing sounds right. Sometimes, you have a scene that you’re trying to add, but it doesn’t ...
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    November is finally here, which means it’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo.) For those of you who haven’t heard of NaNoWriMo, it’s a challenge to write a novel of 50,000 words in 30 days. It’s not easy, but it’s also not impossible. I’ve attempted to do it it twice in the past with little to ...