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  • I've penned 75 new writing prompts, which mainly focuses on wordplay, objects, and random phrases. They can be for beginning, novice, or experienced writers. Whether you're trying something new or wanting to challenge yourself, the end goal is to write more than what you did before. Write on!

    75 New Prompts To Beat Writer's Block!

    75 New Prompts To Beat Writer's Block!

    by AP Petty0

  • Backstory is the technical term for the background of your novel's characters - how did they get here, and why do they behave the way they do? It takes skill to incorporate it seamlessly into your story

    Novel Writing: Backstory

    Novel Writing: Backstory

    by Kate Swanson29

  • Writing is a solitary, and often lonely endeavor, but it doesn't have to be. With technology enabling us to reach across the globe, writers can connect with others for comradery, inspiration, feedback and advice. If you are a writer, consider joining these great online writing communities.

    Top Writing Communities You Should Consider Joining

    Top Writing Communities You Should Consider Joining

    by Natalie Frank14

  • This article aims to teach you how to select the right word for the right line in your poems by analyzing the use of phonemes in "Sappho 31" and Bob Dylan's "It's Alright, Ma (I'm only Bleeding)."

    Phonemes: The Building Blocks of Lyric Poetry

    Phonemes: The Building Blocks of Lyric Poetry

    by Nicholas Wright2

  • Looking to amp up your creative writing skills? Check out this hub where we'll go over many different types of Disaster elements you can through into your story.

    Five Fiction Writing Exercises: Disasters

    Five Fiction Writing Exercises: Disasters

    by Coach Carter0

  • Fictional world building can be an inexpensive, fun hobby that stimulates your imagination. Writers use fictional world building as a tool for developing the background to a well rounded story.

    Fictional World Building Begins with Imagining

    Fictional World Building Begins with Imagining

    by Tina Dubinsky30

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