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Thursday Thoughts: How to Find & Fix Plot Holes

A post by Claire Bradshaw over at Writer’s Edit ties in with our recent topic of plot holes, which can sneak into our character development and worldbuilding. Claire shares tips for finding all types of plot holes, as well as a step-by-step process for how to fix any we find.

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June 14, 2018

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Why We All Need a Writing Community

Toy figures holding hands with text: How the Writing Community Helps Our Career

All of us start on the writing path from different places, but somewhere along our path, we realized an online writing community existed. The #cockygate issue reiterated for me just how important that community is for our career.

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May 10, 2018

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Editing Processes: How Do We Improve?

Pocket watch with text: When Are We Ready for Editing?

No matter our publishing path, our work always needs to go through an editing process, but when are we ready for editing? How will we know? If we start too soon, we’re likely to struggle and waste time and/or money.

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February 6, 2018

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Diversity Issues: The Importance of “Own Voices”

Person passionately expressing themselves with text: Finding the Truth in Every Voice

While all diverse stories are important, the stories that should be most encouraged are those from authors who can provide an authentic perspective. Today, Wendy Sparrow shares her insights on what “own voices” means and how others can improve their non-own-voices stories.

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May 18, 2017

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