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Mental Illness in Fiction

Mental illness is often portrayed in fiction in a way that is highly innacurate. There are so many common misconceptions reinforced by depictions in books and movies, it can be […]

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Writing Child Characters

I absolutely love writing kids in fiction. I’ve always preferred kids to adults in real life, and after spending more than eight years nannying and majoring in Developmental Psychology at […]

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Writing Raw Emotion

Capturing the genuine heart of the human experience in fiction relies heavily on poignant and impactful depiction of emotion. In order to evoke feeling in the reader, you must evoke […]

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Essential Apps for Writers

Part of being successful as a writer is finding a routine that works for you. Over the past several years, I’ve developed my own personal writing process. TLDR—I couldn’t do […]

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How to Make Money Writing

First off, it is indeed possible even without experience. It takes work, but it’s not ridiculously hard to start a career as a writer if you’re willing to put a […]