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Writing the Military for Your Fantasy Novels

For me, watching a movie with less than accurate battle scenes or soldiers using pistols for 500-yard kill shots is a travesty. I find novels with a poorly written military and weapons used inaccurately impossible to read. I am not

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How to Not Fail as a Copywriter

Copywriting is more about marketing than grammar right? Wrong. Poor grammar and spelling will turn readers away from your blog and customers away from your company’s website. Spell checkers are great tools, but they rarely catch errors like using their

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Content Curation 101

Curating content isn’t about put together your list of top ten YouTube videos. Ok, maybe it is a little, but there is much more to it. Simply posting content everyone else is already posting won’t make you a top notch

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How To Create A Fantasy World

A good fantasy novel isn’t complete without a believable fantasy world to go with it. Arguably, the depth of the world and how well you “build” it is more important when writing fantasy than it is in any other genre.

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