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Bite Size Writing Tips

Writing Anniversary/Seasonal Pieces Every day marks the anniversary of when someone famous died or when a unique invention first came to light. General interest magazines often feature this sort of article. Additionally, depending on who the person is or what … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Watch TV And Be Inspired! In many houses, the TV is the focal point of the room and we spend a lot of our relaxation time watching it. Visit your local newsagents and you’ll see a lot of shelf space … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Using The Five Senses In Your Story Sight and sound are often used to bring a scene to life and for impacting upon the tone of a story. But the senses of smell, touch and taste can also affect a … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Write About…Your Own Experiences Open up any of the women’s weeklies and you’ll see pages and pages of true-life stories. These range from stories about ‘my operation’, to overcoming an illness/divorce/death in the family, to doing something special, to an … Continue reading

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I Challenge You To…

My ‘Deer’ challenge set a couple of weeks ago produced some super stories, which I’ve already featured. Here’s another from Geoff Le Pard. Please click on the link to be thoroughly entertained: Nigel Deare and The Curse Of the Lillies #flashfiction … Continue reading

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I Challenge You To…

I’m extending last week’s photo prompt challenge for another week. Here is the photo again. Perhaps someone is being pushed over the top of the staircase. Or is someone running down the stairs, late for an important appoinment? Maybe the … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

You can do it anywhere! Not many of us have the luxury of becoming a full-time writer as soon as we start out. Instead, it’s a case of snatching hours and minutes here and there in between the day job … Continue reading

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