Monthly Archive: May 2017

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Feminisms

Feminism is a word that gets me cringing – it’s a label and one I don’t want to be boxed into. Don’t get me wrong, I’m really grateful for what the Suffragettes did –...

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Vocab development

I was pleased to see I’m not the only one discovering new terms. Here is the selection for this month: Let me know if you’ve used these terms in your novel or short stories…...

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TSL authors support charities

In addition to TSL books which carry a donation to a charity, some of our authors hold events to fundraise for causes close to their hearts. Robbie Cheadle supports Gift of Sight in South...

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Editing

I do 4 rounds of edits between writing, spelling & punctuation, plot revisions, pacing & polishing, and line edits.#amwriting ..Keep Writing pic.twitter.com/gA12CyOZoI — Writing & Editing (@WrtrStat) 14 January 2017 Half my life is...

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Reading and writing

#Writing comes from #reading, and reading is the finest teacher of how to write.- Annie Proulx #reader #writer #quote — TheWritingReader (@WritingReader) 16 January 2017 I am all the writers I have read, all...

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Fact and Fiction

“There is no one way to anything.” Achebe on plurality and how storytellers help us survive history's rough patches https://t.co/p8PTbrCtAE pic.twitter.com/kJixPQ9o9q — Maria Popova (@brainpicker) November 17, 2016 .@BananaKarenina on Writing Fiction vs. Nonfiction...