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Divas Recommend: Connect with Your Creative Writer by Tina Su If you haven’t ever been to the Think Simple Now website, you are missing out. Great articles for personal growth and development. It is a self-described “personal development community,” and they are dedicated to helping others find enlightenment, fulfillment, and clarity in their lives. Founder Tina Su brings us a great article today about how...

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Articles / Commonly Confused

Commonly Confused: Farther versus Further   I’ll admit it. There was time when farther versus further confused me. Maybe I was too literal as a child and had a hard time thinking figuratively. The good news is I’ve mastered the ability to think figuratively now that I’m *cough* older *cough* and have had an understanding of farther versus further for a long time now. These two words are frequently mixed up...

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Writing Prompts

Featured Writing Prompts & Exercises Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Prompts & Exercises! Raise your hand if you have snow. If you don’t have any snow yet, I’m sure Buffalo, NY would gladly send some your way! This week’s writing prompt is a picture we hope will inspire you. If you need a little more help to get things started, use the following word: Snowfall...

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Articles / On Writing

Divas On Writing: Diva Lauren’s NaNoWriMo Wrap-up   So I’m going to be honest with you: I didn’t win NaNoWriMo. In fact my word count was around 30k. I worked really hard the first half of the month, and then those pesky authors I edit took up my remaining time in November. Didn’t they understand I was writing a book? I had a word count...

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Recs

Divas Recommend: #Nanowrimo Conflict: The Fuel Of Your Story By Bob Mayer   It’s November, and for many of us that means Nanowrimo. So what better to recommend to our readers than this article, #Nanowrimo Conflict: The Fuel Of Your Story, by Bob Mayer on his blog, Write on the River, to help authors understand and create believable conflict. In this article, Bob discusses the...

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Interviews

Diva Interview: Author Alexandra Richland I haven’t read many historical romances. That was until I read the first book by Alexandra Richland a few years ago. Starlight tells a story of a young woman making her way in old Hollywood in the early ’50s. The amount of knowledge, research, and understanding of the era truly impressed me as a reader. Richland really captured the essence...

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