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  Divas Recommend: Choices and Crises Show True Character by Becca Puglisi   I came across this article “Choices and Crises Show True Character” by Becca Puglsi a week ago and wanted to share. I enjoyed Becca discussion on character development and that a person or character never shows his or her true self until faced with a crisis. Enjoy the article and let Becca or Write Divas know what...

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English is an evolving language and at times it evolves in such a way that things which are grammatically incorrect become acceptable. Using “hopefully” as a modal adjunct is one of those things. Today’s Diva recommendation is an article posted on Daily Writing Tips that covers this very subject. We invite you to give it a read and share your thoughts. Hopefully, you will find...

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The Divas Recommend ~oOo~ So, you’ve published your book, but it’s not selling the way you’d hoped or expected it to. Well why not? With that in mind, this week the divas recommend David Gaughran’s blog post: Why Is My Book Not Selling? ~oOo~


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Divas Recommend: Your Guide To An Effective Novel Synopsis You’ve have written your novel and now it’s time for you to query a publishing house. Having a synopsis is vital for submissions. But how long or how short should it be? What should you include? How can you make your synopsis effective and noticeable? Check out this article from Writer’s Digest to help answer these...

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Hello Diva Followers!   This week for The Divas Recommend we present… drumroll, please…  “Does Bruce Willis Have a Dog?” brought to us by Mike Wells and his The Green Water Blog. I’m always on the lookout for articles that educate in an entertaining way. “Does Bruce Willis Have a Dog?” doesn’t disappoint. It delights while imparting invaluable writing advice to aspiring writers about the pitfalls...

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Divas Recommend: With NaNoWriMo starting tomorrow. Yes, tomorrow! Get your juicy plots ready. Here is a nice article by Leo Babauta about writing a novel in thirty days. Some of these tips are very helpful. Check it out! How To Write A Novel In 30 Days Good luck for those participating in NaNoWriMo!! Oh ya, it’s Halloween. Boo!  


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The Divas Recommend: How to (Almost) Instantly Improve Your Writing by Candace Johnson  Hello Diva followers! On this week’s The Divas Recommend, we bring you the fabulous blog Change It Up Editing, run by editor Candace Johnson. Change It Up Editing offers tips on writing and editing, but also on other aspects of your life as a writer, such as social media, self-publishing, networking, and more....

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The Divas Recommend: Night of the Living Syntax by Craig Clevenger Hello Diva followers! We’re changing things up on the blog and introducing the Divas Recommend. Thursdays have been reserved for reblogging some of our favorite articles from various sites. Today, I chose an article by Craig Clevenger called Night of the Living Syntax. It’s about disembodied motion. It was posted on Chuck Palahniuk’s site in...

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