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Do You Have a Reluctant Writer?

If you have a reluctant writer or speller that seems as slow as a turtle, step back, relax, and let them take whatever small steps they can, and you'll be amazed at their progress over time!
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Writing Lesson: First Person Point of View

Point of view is the person telling the story. In the nursery rhyme, Jack Be Nimble, who is telling the story?
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4 Tips About How To Use Quotation Marks Correctly for Dialogue

Don't let simple punctuation rules for quotations and dialogue trip you up. Here are four easy tips for using quotation marks correctly for dialogue.
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Writing Lesson; Second Person Point of View

Second person point of view is an unusual style for fiction, but many blogs and how-to articles online use second person point of view.
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Adding Dialogue to Your Story

Dialogue is the conversation your characters have within your story. Some easy tips about dialogue and the proper way to use quotation marks can help make your story even better.
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3 Tips For Teaching Your Child to Write Right

If write is what you do when you put words on paper, then why isn't the protection of those words called a copywrite, and why isn't someone who writes a play called a playwrite? Something's not write right!
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Sign Up For Wednesday Writers

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Drawing for Free Membership to Online Writing Workshop

We’re doing a drawing for a free eight week membership to the Write Now Flash Fiction online workshop over at Injoy. (We’ve included the same drawing below; they’re both the same–you just have to enter o...
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Writing Lesson; Writing in Third Person Point of View

Third person point of view uses pronouns like: he, she, they,them, their, his, her. It is the most common point of view for storytellers.
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Writing Lesson; How to Read a Fable Lesson 1

Fables are full of characters (who might not have character), morals, and opportunities to discuss the effects and consequences of choices; even young children can understand the wisdom in a fable!
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