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Share-It Saturday: Why You Should Write a Skeleton Draft

Reblogged from The Novel Smithy Why You Should Write a Skeleton Draft by Lewis/October 27, 2020/NaNoWriMo, Outlining Halloween is only a few days away, and I have skeletons on my mind. No, I don’t mean spooky skeletons—though my neighbor’s Halloween decorations do make those hard to ignore. Instead, I’m thinking about skeleton drafts, and how they can… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Why You Should Write a Skeleton Draft

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Share-It Saturday: Shakespeare Love Quotes

Reblogged from No Sweat Shakespeare In Surviving Vihaan, Book 5.5, the main character – Ollie – is a total Shakespeare-buff. My favourite part is when Ollie uses Shakespearean insults against a rude teacher, and murmurs quotes after a first kiss. Be sure to look out for that. 😉 Most Famous William Shakespeare Love Quotes We… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Shakespeare Love Quotes

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Share-It Saturday: 9 Self-Defense Pressure Points

Reblogged from Bright Side 9 Self-Defense Pressure Points That Can Save Your Life One Day The human body is an amazing thing. But apart from the tremendous opportunities it gives us, it also makes us vulnerable. Indeed, unlike Achilles, the body of an ordinary person has more than just one sensitive point… Here at Bright Side, we’ve decided to… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: 9 Self-Defense Pressure Points

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Share-It Saturday: Italics or Quotation Marks

Reblogged from The Editor’s Blog Marking Text—Choosing Between Italics and Quotation Marks May 12, 2014 by Fiction Editor Beth Hilllast modified March 4, 2017 An error in the use of italics or quotation marks—using one rather than the other or not using either when their use is required—is not likely a problem that will have an agent… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Italics or Quotation Marks