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How to Write a Compelling Antagonist: 6 Steps to Building a Better Baddie
  We’ve said it before—the soul of any story is conflict. Your hero has a dream, but something’s standing in her way. Maybe it’s a mountain. Maybe it’s a debt. Maybe it’s self-doubt or self-loathing or just plain old fear of the unknown. But no matter the source, the conflict in your narrative is what […]

How to Make a Content Calendar for Blogging Success
For many, many, MANY writers, the process of blogging begins like this: Step One: Realize you promised yourself you’d write a blog post today. Step Two: Sit down to write the blog post. Step Three: Stare at an empty screen and struggle to come up with an idea to write about. Step Four becomes one […]

The Best Self-Publishing Courses: Top 6 Online Programs for Do-It-Yourself Authors
In previous posts in this series, we introduced you to some of the best free writing classes on the internet, as well as some our favorite paid online writing courses. Today, we’ll be looking a little further into the future of your writing career, discussing some of the best self-publishing courses available to help you […]

The Importance of Consistency: How to Keep the Details Straight When Writing Your Novel
Books are magical things, aren’t they? Novels don’t have the visual components of television or film to tell their stories, but reading a well-written book can be just as immersive an experience, transporting you away from your daily life in the turn of a page. Think about it for a second. When you’re reading a […]

What Is Cinematic Perspective? When to Write It (and When to Avoid It)
  When I was much younger, in one of my first English classes, my teacher taught a lesson on different narrative perspectives in fiction. “First person,” I remember her instructing us, “uses the ‘I’ perspective—how you would talk about yourself. ‘I went to the store. I did the laundry. I pet the man-eating alligator.’ “And […]

9 Ways to Use a Colon: A No-Fear Guide to Correct Colon Usage
Out of all the punctuation marks used in the English language, the colon is by far the most forward-thinking. More conservative marks are concerned only with the ideas that came before them, but the colon is all about the future. It introduces. It announces. It declares. And it’s the only mark of punctuation with the […]

Top 8 Online Time-Tracking Tools: Improve Your Process and Productivity with Accurate Time Management
  Where does the time go? Whether you’re a freelance professional juggling dozens of projects, a hardworking author trying to find time to write the Great American Novel, or just somebody with a busy schedule in a busy world, this question is probably on your mind a lot. Life moves pretty fast these days—and if […]

Top 8 Benefits of Freelance Writing
I get it. The idea of freelancing for your entire living is intimidating. Like one of my favorite mentors says, the best part of freelancing is you’re responsible for every part of your financial success. The worst part is you’re responsible for every part of your financial success. I understand how that scary it is. […]

179: Write a Bestselling Memoir: The True Story that Became a New York Times Bestseller with Regina Calcaterra
Regina Calcaterra is the New York Times best-selling author of Etched in Sand. It’s a true story memoir about five siblings who survived an unspeakable childhood on Long Island. Why She Wrote a Memoir Regina was inspired to write her own memoir in part because she read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls when it […]
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How to Write a LinkedIn Profile that Stands Out
No matter if you are using LinkedIn for your business or as a personal branding tool, the platform has a lot to offer you. At the end of 2016, this professional network had over 450 million registered users, and the number continues to grow steadily. Still, as more and more users register, it is getting […]

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