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  2. Let’s break down fiction to its essential elements. We’ll investigate the individual components of fiction writing—and how, when they sit down to write, writers turn words into worlds. Introduction to Fiction Writing: The Six Elements of Fiction. Before we delve into any writing tips, let’s review the essentials of creative writing in ...

  3. The Ultimate Guide to YA Fiction – Writer’s Edit

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    YA fiction is sometimes surrounded by a cloud of negative misconceptions. For those writing YA fiction, it’s important to be aware of these misconceptions so that they don’t govern your own novel. Children are the only ones to read YA. While the books are often targeted towards teenagers, the reality is that people of all ages can enjoy YA ...

  4. The Different Genres Of Nonfiction: A Complete Guide

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    Authors can help readers understand how the brain works, improve memory function, or even assist with relationship building. An interesting example is The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales by Oliver Sacks. The book consists of various cases studies from Sack’s patients that highlight different brain functions. Art

  5. 60 Discord Servers for Bookworms, Readers, Writers and ...

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    We host server read-alongs, discuss fan theories, showcase fan art, play games with one another, and simply hang out, and have voice discussions. (1k members) Words Alike – Words Alike is a writing community open to writers, readers, editors and critics. We hope for you to learn something new, develop your stories and find like-minded people.

  6. The Art of the Paragraph: Applying Paragraphing Techniques in ...

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    Paragraph writing in fiction doesn’t follow traditional rules. In this series, we cover how to write a good paragraph by exploring different lengths and kinds of paragraphs—and when to use them. Here, learn how to apply paragraphing techniques in your fiction.

  7. Wired for Story: The Writer's Guide to Using Brain Science to ...

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    Writers have asked themselves this question since we first picked up a quill.In Wired for Story: The Writer’s Guide to Using Brain Science to Hook Readers from the Very First Sentence, author Lisa Cron uses neuroscience to explain how our reader brains are hardwired to to crave story—and the she explains how writers can systematically ...

  8. science fiction, abbreviation SF or sci-fi, a form of fiction that deals principally with the impact of actual or imagined science upon society or individuals. The term science fiction was popularized, if not invented, in the 1920s by one of the genre’s principal advocates, the American publisher Hugo Gernsback. The Hugo Awards, given annually since 1953 by the World Science Fiction Society ...

  9. Book - Wikipedia

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    This is called public readings of published works, with the assistance of professional readers (often known actors) and in close collaboration with writers, publishers, booksellers, librarians, leaders of the literary world and artists. Many individual or collective practices exist to increase the number of readers of a book. Among them:

  10. How to Become an Author: Guide to Becoming a Bestselling ...

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    Whether you’re writing nonfiction or fiction, no matter what genre your book falls in, you need to be able to craft an engaging story that pulls readers in. Related: Writing Prompts By Genre #3 – The ability to research well

  11. Regardless of what form it takes, good travel writing helps your readers to imagine and experience an unfamiliar place. Travel writers thus use evocative prose that engages the senses with the details of a world you may not otherwise encounter. Classic examples include Jan Morris’ Among the Cities and Ilija Trojanow’s Along the Ganges.