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    • 1.

      Viewpoint Writing 1: Seeing Through Your Character's Eyes

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-05
      Of the many different writing styles, viewpoint writing is probably the one that works best for aspiring writers - but what is it?Viewpoint writing is used extensively in modern novels, especially one...
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      Viewpoint Writing 2: How To Use Your Character's 'Voice'

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-07
      There are some simple rules to remember when writing form a character's viewpoint, yet many forget them. Here's a rundown of some to remember . . .No matter what language you speak, regional accents a...
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      Article Writing: How Do You Write For Quality?

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-11
      Article directories receive hundreds of articles daily - but why do some articles perform better than others? In this article we examine some of the reasons.Article writing, for a competent writer, is...
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      Tips For Writing A Novel And Getting It Published Fast

      by Karin Manning - 2006-12-15
      Writing a novel begins with a simple idea. That story idea is what will lead you to your story plot, which is the core of what you need for writing a novel. Plot is simply the plan of your story. I...
    • 5.

      Writing: Fact Or Fiction?

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-22
      Nearly everyone who wants to be a writer looks at the fiction market as being the way to go - but another, vast market exists. What is it? Let's find out.The minute you mention that you're a writer yo...
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      How To Write Advice On Theme For Novelists

      by Andrea Waggener - 2006-12-29
      How to write novel help always includes information on developing plot, creating characters, setting a good pace, and describing great settings. But how often do novelists think about theme? The bes...
    • 7.

      3 Rules for Writing Articles

      by Jim DeSantis - 2007-01-17
      Writing articles is nothing more than common sense coupled with a spell-checker program and a little imagination plus the 3 Rules I am about to share with you. First, though, let me tell you about how...
    • 8.

      5 Article Marketing Secrets

      by Jim DeSantis - 2007-01-18
      Article marketing is most probably the most effective link building strategy in existence. Article directories allow you to include a resource box for every article you submit. Inside this resour...
    • 9.

      Now I've Written My Great (country of choice) Novel, Now What?

      by Robyn Whyte - 2007-01-27
      In my case, it would be the Great Canadian Novel. But we are not all from the frosted North where the temperature plus windchill only equalled out to -26 Celcius today. I think I have frostbite on m...
    • 10.

      Book Review--Castles and Dungeons and Darkness-Oh My!

      by Linore Rose Burkard - 2007-02-08
      This is a true late eighteenth century book in the sense that it has a leisurely (very leisurely) opening, a great deal of waxing eloquent on the beauties of nature--which are well written, but so fre...