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Inspiration is Overrated

On Twitter, I often see writers complain that they didn’t reach their word count of the day, or just didn’t have the inspiration to write that week. This is understandable because we are only human, and we can’t be inspired every moment of the day. However, we also don’t have to be. It took me […]

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How to Create Realistic Characters

Would you want to follow the story of someone who is as boring as an empty gum wrapper? Would you be emotionally invested if the characters all seem to be the same two-dimensional person? Even if you write a plot-driven book, you need interesting characters that the reader can identify with. Otherwise, all the stuff […]

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How To Give Feedback

If you’re a beta reader or ever helped a fellow writer out, then it’s unavoidable to give feedback. But what do you have to keep in mind when giving it? I regularly hear complaints from writers who have gotten feedback that just wasn’t useful, or even offensive. So what is the best way to give […]

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How to Stay Focussed on Writing

I recently found out that concentration pills are a thing and it both intrigued and shocked me. Obviously, I am no stranger to vitamins and there are definitely legal and non-harmful options out there that can help you focus. But the ones I read about were of the illegal kind and are in popular demand […]

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Deadlines

I’m convinced deadlines are called DEADlines because they end up killing you. That said, they serve a purpose and without them, we’d probably procrastinate ourselves into some black hole of cat memes. While drifting aimlessly in oblivion does sound like a hoot, we won’t get to achieve our dreams by doing nothing. That doesn’t make […]

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Morgan W. Silver

Looking for a Great Book to Read? Look No Further!

When Clara arrives in the picturesque village of Greystone to work as a maid, things are about to get nasty. And not just because she’s decided to open the door to her past and pull off one more con. This con is different, though. It’s personal. She just doesn’t realise how personal, yet. Because she’s about to make friends, she’s about to care, and worst of all, she can’t stop thinking about that charming detective who seems both suspicious and drawn to her. This might become a mess she won't be able to clean up. But things get messier when someone ends up dead. Her street smarts come in handy, though, and she’s about to find out she’s maid for murder.

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