Category: Useful Writing Tips (Page 2 of 10)

Writing a letter to Congress with TheRightMargin

The impact the 2016  election year has had on U.S. citizens is mind-blowing. And my team and I have worked hard to find a way to do our part to help empower people to affect the change they want to see as we move into 2017. Since we’re in the business of writing and helping people achieve their writing goals, we’ve recently launched a smart project that helps you write a letter to Congress.

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New Year’s Writing Resolutions for 2017

new year's writing resolutions

New Year’s writing resolutions can feel like furry, hyperactive beasts. They aren’t easy to identify and they always seem to scurry away rather quickly into the busy fog of the emerging year. 

So instead of making one or two big new year’s writing resolutions this year – and in the spirit of TheRightMargin’s philosophy of breaking down large goals into achievable milestones and tasks – I’ve decided to start the new year with a writing goal… just for January. 

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A Plan for Revising Your Novel in TheRightMargin

revising your novel

You’ve done it! You’ve finished the first draft of your novel. Well done, fearless wordsmith. Hopefully, you’ve built in some time to celebrate and reward yourself. Now, though, it’s time to think about revising your novel.

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Improve your writing via a retrospective

Have you ever caught yourself thinking you could be a better writer? Having a healthy amount of humility in one’s own work is of course, normal. Doing a simple retrospective, or ‘retro’ for short, on your writing projects can help you save time, money and ultimately a lot of self-doubt through your writing career.

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Tips on Writing the Middle of a Novel

writing the middle of a novel

Ah, the dreaded middle of your novel – always a challenge during any novel-writing endeavor. But when its slowing effects impact your prized daily word count during the concentrated NaNoWriMo period, the results can be discouraging – even devastating. As your excitement, tempo, and flow wane, you may find yourself stuck in the difficult work of writing the middle of a novel without knowing how to go about it.

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