Writing Every Which Way

Novels, poems, and writing tips

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Miscellaneous (5 Links)

1. Ah, a blog!

2. Where Do I Get My Pictures?

3. Contact Me

4. Sunshine Blogger Award?

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5. Yes, I’m Still Writing Every Which Day (An Update)

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Writing How-to (33 Links)

1. How to Not Look Like an Amateur Writer

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2. Personal Writing Dealines: Yah or Nah?

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3. How to Critically Read a Novel

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4. Experience to Write

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5. Please, Don’t Co-Write

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6. Managing Time: Writing

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7. Writing Competition: Good Or Bad?

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8. Writing Inspiration

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9. Your Writing Space

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10. Diagnosing Your ‘Writer’s Block’

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11.Titling Your Writing

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12. Don’t Look Back

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13. Creating Realistic Characters

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14.Outlining Sucks but do it

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15.Organizing Your Thoughts

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16. Mentally Creating a Story: 4 Points to Keep in Mind

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17. Notifications: Not Just for Technology

Notifications: Not Just for Technology Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: madiuram

18. How Ya Make De Teenage Writing

How Ya Write De Teenage Dialogue writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: madiuram

19. My Fear of Fan-Fiction

My Fear of Fan-Fiction Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By:madiuram

20. Loving Your Novel

Loving Your Novel Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By:madiuram

21. Writing Relationships: Adults and Teenagers

Writing Relationships: Adults and Teenagers Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com by: madiuram

22. I am One With the Characters

I am One With the Characters Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: madiuram

23. My Dear Great Aunt Sandy

My Dear Great Aunt Sandy Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: madiuram

24. Inspirational Movement of Furniture

Inspirational Movement of Furniture Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

25. I Swear This Isn’t Creepy

I Swear This Isn't Creepy Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

26. Guys! I Wrote a Play!

Guys! I Wrote a Play! Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

27. Frick, What’s The First Sentence Going to Say?

Frick, What Should The First Sentence Say? Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

28. Perfection is Hard to Perfect

Perfection is Hard to Perfect Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

29. Writing Relationships: Children and Teenagers

Writing Relationships: Teenagers and Children. Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

30. Prologues: Yah or Nah?

Prologue: Yah or Nah? Writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: Madi Uram

31. Branching Out

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32. All writing is good writing

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33. Procrastination Blank Stare Disease

 

The Dreaded Edit

1. Editing Your Work Like a Pro: 7 Steps

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2. Should You Write Multiple Drafts

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3. Handling Your Critics

Handling Your Critics writingeverywhichway.wordpress.com By: madiuram

Publishing

1. The Truth About Publishers: The One Thing You Need to Keep in Mind

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