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Phone Anxiety

Phone Anxiety

Aley: You're not alone!

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Why Writers are also Artists

Why Writers are also Artists

Aley: Check out this neat article about poets.

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Syllable Cheat Sheet

Syllable Cheat Sheet

Aley: A break-down of syllable break downs in English.

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Finding Your Theme

Finding Your Theme

Rosendorn: Trying to figure out what ties your million interests together? This article is here to help

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Forms of Poetry

Forms of Poetry

Morrigan: Never feel lost when it comes to poetry forms!

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List of Random Names

List of Random Names

Steggy: Can't think of a name? This site can help you!

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What is a poem made of?

What is a poem made of?

Morrigan: A list of all the parts of a poem and in depth descriptions.

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Writing Prompts Galore!

Writing Prompts Galore!

Steggy: A blog that can help anyone who is stuck with their writing.

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Writing Excuses Podcast

Writing Excuses Podcast

Mea: A podcast hosted by four published authors who drill down into all aspects of the writing process.

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Analyze Your Writing!

Analyze Your Writing!

niteowl: The Expresso app analyzes text to identify potential weak areas in your writing.

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Make Your Writing Stronger!

Make Your Writing Stronger!

niteowl: I believe this really good article was written about five very common things writers do.

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Start Your Day with a Poem!

Start Your Day with a Poem!

niteowl: About the benefits of starting a classroom day with reading/analyzing a poem.

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How Did Your Novel Start?

How Did Your Novel Start?

Rosendorn: Share how your novel began in this awesome thread by EscaSkye!

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Pitch Feedback

Pitch Feedback

Rosendorn: Looking to polish your story's pitch? Get it rated here!

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World-Building Template

World-Building Template

Wolfi: The template that covers all the necessities for fantasy world building.

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The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.
— Martin Luther King, Jr.