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Margaret Atwood Shares Her Top Tips for Writers (Part 1)

Margaret Atwood is an author of more than 40 books of fiction, poetry and critical essays. Her most prominent work, to name a few, include: “The Blind Assassin”, “Oryx and Crake”, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, “Alias Grace”. 1. Storytelling is one of the oldest things which… Read more

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Judy Blume the Best-Selling Author for Books for Younger Readers Shares Her Writing Tips (Part 2)

Judy Blume won more than 90 literary awards and has been the best-selling author for books for younger readers. Her best- known works include: “Are You There, God?”. “It’s Me, Margaret”, “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing”, “Deenie”, and “Blubber”. 1. Judy believes that a… Read more

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Judy Blume the Best-Selling Author for Books for Younger Readers Shares Her Writing Tips (Part 1)

Judy Blume won more than 90 literary awards and has been the best-selling author for books for younger readers. Her best- known works include: “Are You There, God?”. “It’s Me, Margaret”, “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing”, “Deenie”, and “Blubber”. 1. The only way to learn… Read more

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Neil Gaiman, the Author of the Sandman and American Gods, Shares His Writing Wisdom (part 2)

1. Neil recommends the following to help your world-building skills — Create a map of your world. — Avoid clichés and rip-offs. — Combine fresh ideas with old and already known ideas to create something unique. — Use your own life as inspiration. — Do… Read more

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Neil Gaiman, the Author of the Sandman and American Gods, Shares His Writing Wisdom (part 1)

Neil Gaiman is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels and non-fiction books. His work includes amongst many other titles: The Sandman, American Gods, Stardust. Coraline, The Graveyard Book. 1. Use the following tools to make your characters, setting and scene stronger:… Read more