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SShiney
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Pickpick

Great job breaking down the revision process and what issues to look for and how to solve them. I highly recommend it!

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SoapboxEdits
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Pickpick

This is a great resource for writers and editors. If you‘re a story nerd, this book is for you! It dives deep into story structure with tools and how-to‘s. A lot of the ideas are repeated, pounding in how important structure and conventions are to writing a great novel.

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Mitch
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8little_paws So the brain kind of looks like a laughing dinosaur ..... 6mo
Mitch @8little_paws 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 6mo
Ruthiella I agree tho I have no scientific reasoning. I prefer text but when the audio narration is good and I can give enough brain space to listening, it is the same. Usually I can‘t even remember if I read or listened. 6mo
Soubhiville I‘m with @8little_paws, I saw dinosaurs, then boxing gloves... 🤷‍♀️🤣 6mo
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AkashaVampie
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I think I might have a couple different ideas to build off of for a book. Just not sure if it has been done before. Gunna jot some notes down and do a little it of reading for said book and then jumping to Succubus Blues for the night.

Butterfinger Good luck. 6mo
AkashaVampie @Butterfinger thanks sweetie 6mo
SumisBooks May your thoughts come clearly to you 😘 6mo
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AkashaVampie

My dream is to write a series of novels... well at least one novel. I've tried in the past to get started but I end up giving up. I'm going to read some of her books and hopefully will live the dream one day!

Heatherfeather Good luck to you! I hope you do it! 7mo
AkashaVampie @Heatherfeather thanks. If I do it, you guys will be one of the firsts I tell 7mo
SW-T Awesome! Best of luck to you 😊 7mo
AkashaVampie @SW-T thanks sweetie! 7mo
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CorinnaBechko
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New week, new read.

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jen_the_scribe

One of my favorite reference books about my craft. Lisa Cron takes you into the mind of the reader, helping you to understand what keeps them turning the page. She demystifies some myths, and shows that hooking the reader isn't as complicated as we've been taught. She never acts like it isn't hard work, on the contrary, only that our minds want to learn how to get out of certain situations... a means of survival.

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SShiney
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Pickpick

Excellent book that has led to a huge story structure awakening in myself. There are two podcasts that discuss his ideas and I am going to keep going deeper with the Story Grid!

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jpmcwisemorgan
Writing Romances: A Handbook by the Romance Writers of America | Romance Writers of America (Organization)

Romancelandia on Twitter is a never ending source of learning and fascination for me. There‘s an author claiming they started M|F Omegaverse and they‘re claiming another author copied them. M|M has been around for at least a decade so and I don‘t know how much M|F existed at the start but there‘s a LOT of Omegaverse fanfic. Courtney Milan has been tweeting about it if you‘re one Twitter.

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CorinnaBechko
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I couldn't go to a writers' conference and not buy a book #WritersDay2019