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Academic writing should not be as intimidating as it is seen nowadays by the majority of students. It seems everyone wants to visit lectures and participate in the class discussions […] The post Tips to Master Academic Writing appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Recently, a writing student asked me about the dilemma of keeping to a publishing schedule, even when you can see all of the flaws in your own writing. How can we publish content every week, or even every month, when we still have so much to learn? Most of us run into this sometimes — Read More... The post How to Publish Regularly, Even If You Lack Writing Confidence appeared first on Copyb
Over in our Killers and Poets Facebook group, we’ve been talking about a quote from my friend Susan Garrett. Susan is a multiple worldwide champion in the sport of dog agility. She’s also a brilliant animal trainer and runs an incredibly successful business. Different versions of this quote have inspired many of her friends and Read More... The post Become a Writing Champion by Turnin
Ahh, the elusive “good idea.” Writers spend a large amount of time thinking about them and looking for them. It’s an undeniable part of the creative process. So why would I consider them such a pervasive threat to good writing? The answer is simple. Good ideas are just part of what it takes to produce Read More... The post 3 Reasons Why Good Ideas Are a Real Threat to Good Writing appeared first
If you’ve spent any time in marketing discussion groups, you’ve probably heard how difficult it can be to get Facebook to approve your ads … depending on which industry you’re in. You may have thought: “Zuckerberg sure seems like a tyrant who hates marketers.” But when you look at ads from Facebook’s point of view, Read More... The post Writing Facebook Ads in a Sensitive Topic? Try These 4
I’ve been thinking about writing this one for quite a while, but I’ve just had a lot of other stuff going on. But I can’t stay silent anymore. We need to talk about a serious issue that’s impeding our ability to have the simplest of conversations. No, I’m not talking about the fraying political discourse. Read More... The post Quit Trashing Your Writing Voice with Th
"There's going to be more people doing this kind of thing going forward because it removes some of the technical risk," Bithell says after making first Subsurface, then Quarantine Circular. ...
Chris Avellone, veteran RPG writer and designer known for his work on Fallout 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Prey (2017) and many other games, is now working on Techland's Dying Light 2 as narrative designer. ...
I’ve been a sporadic journaler all my life. About once every three months, when inspiration struck, I’d seize my journal and dash out several pages. But most of the time, it sat on my shelf, collecting dust. About six months ago, I decided it was time to start a daily journaling habit. We’ve all heard Read More... The post How 6 Months of a Daily Journaling Habit Changed My Writing appeared first
Remember when I overly simplified the term “high quality?” “High quality” is a measure of whether or not your contribution helps your audience in ways they can’t find anywhere else. We can all quickly spot junk content, but it takes a lot more effort to match the description of high-quality content I mentioned above. That’s Read More... The post 3 Reasons Why Writing Practice Leads to Multidimens


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