Getting to Know You: What is your writing kryptonite?

I’d say my writing kryptonite is my own self-confidence, or rather, lack-thereof. I have difficulty with believing in myself for a number of reasons, none of which are pleasant. When I start doubting myself, I stop writing. I suppose it’s because writing is such a lonely thing. When even you start doubting yourself, it’s like […]

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Tuesday Inspo!

Today’s inspirational theme is an important one. Today, December 25th, is a day of joy for some. For others, it’s just another day. For other still, it’s a very difficult day indeed. Today’s inspirational choice is for everyone but especially for those in the final category. If you’re finding today hard, have courage. If you […]

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#Prowrite: Effective Description- Personification and Zoomorphism

Last week we looked at the most common descriptive techniques beyond adjectives: similes and metaphors. This week, we’re going to get a little more technical. Personification Personification is the giving of human characteristics to a non-human object or an animal. It’s a relatively common type of description, though not used as frequently as similes and […]

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