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Franklin library provides space for novel writing month by Tiffany Stoiber @TiffanyStoiber https://t.co/whySWZzXEW via @mycommunitynow

Morehead State University: Oct Writing Eastern Kentucky Conference slated for Nov 5 - @MoreheadWP https://t.co/4X3MxAWGms via @moreheadstate

650 Prompts for Narrative and Personal Writing by Michael Gonchar @mhgonchar on The New York Times @nytimes https://t.co/8tvEKN9d9r

Student Writing in the Digital Age by atrubek @atrubek on JSTOR Daily @JSTOR_Daily https://t.co/LnoG4VowjS

Take 5: Tips to sharpen your writing skills by Jason Kornwitz @jasonkornwitz on Northeastern U. @Northeastern https://t.co/dYNKHRAprq

3 ways to find and fix mistakes in your writing by Vicki Krueger @vkrueger https://t.co/fY3TsC8jDh via @poynter

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    Writing an Engaging Book for Children

    According to a Pew Internet survey of teachers, a majority thinks students are distracted easily and have shorter attention spans. However, a good children’s book will still capture their attention, even though children’s exposure to technology is a distracting factor. Kids still love to immerse themselves in stories and transport themselves in the...
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    Follow Submission Guidelines to Avoid Burial in the Slush Pile

    Writers need to pay attention and show respect by following submission guidelines. The best way to avoid being discarded in the slush pile is to follow the submission guidelines. The slush pile is the publishing industry term for unsolicited manuscripts or query letters sent by authors, or unfamiliar agents, to the publisher. Submission Guidelines ...
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    Thousands of novice writers looking for literary agents fall for a scam because they do not know where, or how, they can locate agents. Fake literary agents ensnare uninformed, gullible, novice writers and persuade them to part with their money. Even educated professionals in other fields, such as lawyers, can become victims of these unscrupulous...
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