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Where to Go in 2023
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6. Improve your grammar with Hannah’s tips.

7. Give your novel a new title.

8. Or a new cover.

9. Use Last year at this time I wrote about how to make a reader like you. Melissa Corbin at Wordy Yeti wrote, “I never thought titles were all that flashy. But when I switched from bland white backgrounds to hotter, awesome colors, my sales skyrocketed. Make the most of your title by using the tools provided by Amazon to show your synopsis in several ways!”

10. Editorial suggestions.

11. Tips for editing.

12. Your book will be ten years old soon.

13. The manuscript I left on my desktop is nearly three years old. Will I ever finish it? The strong ones are never making mistakes. K.I.S.S.

14. Decide whether a writer needs to take criticism personally. “When we receive criticism, a part of our mind reacts by saying, ‘X person is wrong about you!’ That would make us pretty horrible people—and there’s almost no way to avoid that particular insult. Realizing this, I kept reminding myself that any human will react the same way. When you’re the one that wrote the material, you naturally want to protect your work from being wrong.”

15. Self-publishing tips: platforms and content.

16. Writing in your book for promotion.

17. Publish your own book on Craftsy.

18. Learn how to write better by watching this video on AwesomeTV.

19. Books and Agents

20. From the internet archive.

21. A writer’s sentiment. “The complete solipsist in his garret, in the placid enjoyment of his scenery and keen sense of his own isolation, maintains his existence and his idée fixe nevertheless, upon somebody’s bread and cheese. Which is only to repeat again that art is the answer to a question that we do not know how to ask.” —Italo Calvino, “The Death of the Author”

22. Those hard times we developers have.

23. A Time To Ponder And Waited For The Catastrophe by Samuel Beckett

24. Tips for writing fast, good and often.

25. World of Insecurities disused worlds by Michael Meyerhofer

26. Octavia Butler – Ancient To Present by skapaneos

On April 8, 1960, Boston lawyer Earl Warren was confirmed as the new Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, replacing actor Melville B. Niblack. It is hard to overestimate the the importance of Warren’s position on the court for the development of civil rights for not only African-Americans but any minority group. Between 1954 and 1968, Warren oversaw the advancement of what is known as the Warren Court and his collection of decisions had profound impact on American law and society. Under Warren, the highest court was responsible for the Brown v. Board of Education decision that outlawed segregation in public schools. The court, Warren wrote in his opinion, must “guard against innovations, exemptions and refinements which shunted aside fundamental principles in the name of progress.” Four years later, in Gideon v. Wainwright, the Warren Court ruled that all criminal defendants—no matter their socio-economic status, race, or ethnicity—have the right to a government-appointed attorney in state and federal court proceedings.

Warren left a personal imprint on the court papers, but also a few items that remain in the Supreme Court vault, records now closed to the public. I have been fortunate to handle some of the items Warren brought to the court and which he took back to Boston, where they remain in his family. The items have been documented in the Boston Globe and in the Ashland University National First Ladies Site Collections Museum. His notes speak volumes, decades before Brown and Gideon, they are personal glimpses into the work of the “Father of Civil Rights,” American’s most influential civil rights judge.

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What Do You Need To Write A Book by Liz Reinhardt

27. Writing is voice

28. How do you know your writing improves? Or has it?

29. What’s the difference between an editor and a proofreader?

30. Try outlining a chapter by externalizing it.

31. Faster paced chapters mean better book sales.

32. Change your verb tense.

33. A young adult writer’s guidance on editing

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34. Write a book in a week and find out how writing works.

35. Make your book versatile by using common clichés.

36. What are you going to do when you finish your book?

37. My favorite book publishing sites.

Approaching The Enemy

38. Letter to a writer.

39. Write a short story and change the main character’s gender.

40. Interstitial Writing by Justin Atchley

Disqualifications

41. Social media tips.

Fishing From The Same Hole Again.

42. Punctuation Mistakes: author’s forum discussion

The UAW Guide to Writing Successful Device Section

43. Your book is different and that’s okay.

How To Find 60 Stories In 2 Hours by William Nemo If a lifelong journalist wanted to tell 60 stories over 2 hours, he’d have to tell each one well in a writing way that would capture the audience’s attention.

https://collaborables.com/11-film-thesises-online/

44. The test of whether your book will sell may be in this article.

Facebook: Categorizing And Creating The Great Category Groups

45. Grammar Girl has a handy catalog of grammar issues.

46. Just say the word: one title

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47. Sfw@tc with SFWA organizational information for writers

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48. Emotional hooks

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49. Several types of frames stories.

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50. Find problems, fix them, and make good copies.

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51. Keeping your reader in mind

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52. What scenes do you need to continue your story?

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Eudora Welty talks about creating fiction writing

Audiobook: Eudora Welty’s Egg

52. Story takes precedence

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53. Revising dialogue

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54. Tell why not how

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Adding Relevant Images to the Interior of Your Book.

55. Think from the perspective of your audience not just the writer.

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Uploading Offset-linea to Indesign

56. Transcribing your audiobook as text and then translating it into other languages.

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57. Keep your word count to 50,000.

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Write a formal article in English about: “Where to Go in 2023”

“The ability to think is one thing -– the ability to write is another.”- Edward Bulwer-Lytton

“Formal writing and people who have an interesting story to tell have absolutely nothing to do with each another”

1. Countable, uncountable and Nominalized Verbs. Must Pass Example

1.1 Conjugating Verbs

1.2 Uncountable Nouns.

1.3 Countable Nouns.

1.4 IDIOMS

1.5 Nominalized Verbs.

1.6 IMPERATIVES.

2. Sentence Structuring

2.1 Relative Clauses

2.2 Conjunctions and Adverbs

CONJUNCTIONS

UNTIL

WHILST

1. THE PAST PERFECT TENSE-Two Examples

LETTER FROM CHANGE

THESE ARE THE OLD DAYS

2. THE PAST PERFECT TENSE-Two Examples

LETTER FROM CHANGE

THESE ARE THE GOOD OLD DAYS

3. SHOULD- Has, Have and Had

3.1 SHOULD

a. Should Signs

b. Should Signs-Past Examples

c. Reminder If + Should

d. Starting a Sentence with Should

e. Should Sentences

f. Group 1 Examples

g. Group2 Examples

h. Should Used as a Modal Auxiliary Verb

“Many fake somethings do not become something else”

4. STRUCTURE OF A DECIMAL, PERCENT, AND FRACTION NUMBER SYSTEM:

4.1 CRITERIA OF DECIMALS

4.2 CONVERT DECIMALS TO A PERCENTAGE

4.3 PERMUTATIONS

4.4 CONVERT A FRACTION TO THE DECIMAL FORM

4.5 GIVING WEIGHT IN DECIMAL AND PER MILL

5. INTRODUCTION TO INTERNET RESOURCES

5.1 THE NEW INDEXING

5.2 INTERNET RESOURCES FOR WRITERS

5.3 SELECTING AN ON-LINE DICTIONARY

5.4 WORDS AND TITLES

5.5 NUMBERS

5.6 AMERICAN OR BRITISH ENGLISH

5.7 SITES FOR LAWYER TOOLS AND RESOURCES

5.7.1 Driving and authoring software solutions for Legal and Business Professionals

Scheduling calendars for contacts and appointments.

WYSIWYG.

6. TRANSITION WORDS

6.1 FAR, FUTURE, NEAR AND SOON

6.2 ALMOST, ALREADY, MEANWHILE, PERHAPS AND QUITE/VERY

6.3 NO, AND, BESIDES, BUT, AS, EVEN, FOR, OR AND WHEN

6.4 UNLESS, EXCEPT AND NOT

6.5 ADVERBS OF MANNER AND TONE

6.6 A NUMBER OF ADVERBS

6.7 HOW,CLOSE YOU CAME TO BEING A RECON GIRL USING THE RELATIVE MODE

6.8 WOULD HAVE AND WOULD HAVE BEEN

I think parents should have school open from 8am to 12 noon then from 1.30 to 3.45

Would have had is stronger

6.9 NI6U.ZULU: STUDY METHODS IN THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF LUSAKA AND NTALA, LUANDA

6.10 NOUN CLUSTER

(LawLand 1985-1986, page 96)

7. LIAISONS

7.1 LISTS

7.2 NEGATIVE MADE BEAUTIFUL

7.3 ANY, EVERY, ANYONE

7.4 N MEN EVERY MONDAY

I use the cassette tape

NO ES RA ZA DLC MON EEN

7.5 EXCEPTION TO THE EXCEPT RULE

7.6 REPETITIVE SUFFIXES

7.7 WITHOUT

James was without arms and legs

7.8 COMPLEMENTS

7.8.1 Complement –noun

7.8.2 Complement – verb

7.9 REPORTED SPEECH

7.10 QUESTIONS WITH QUESTION WORD

7.11 SIDE BY SIDE LIST

7.12 TITLES OF WRITERS

“Style and ornament are for children.”- Henry David Thoreau

7.13 USE OF REPORTED SPEECH

“When you put all the untitiedness in one basket, the basket blows up.”

7.14 WHO WAS

7.15 EITHER/OR-ALL

7.16 WHICH, THAT / WHICH, THAT / WHO WHOM

7.17 IN WHICH,WHAT/WHAT/WHICH

7.18 BE PERSON NOUN CLUSTER

“Writing and speech depends a lot on who you are”

7.19 APPOSITION AND SUBORDINATION

7.20 PRONOUNS

“Your identity is who you reveal to people during a talk or a letter”

8. ADJECTIVES

8.1 EXISTING NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES

it is new

Adjective: Preparing to colonise Mars

preposition+adjective

8.2 CASES OF ADJECTIVES

Absolute case= emphasizing something

8.3 ADVERBS

«JAMES Taylor and Steven Stills sang a song called we are riding a rainbow

8.4 WORD NOUN CLUSTERS

http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/podcasting/index.html

Ron McCartney in Nov 12, 2012

“NASA and NOAA want you to consult the National Meteorological Center’s video site for weather information.rn the addresses: https://www.youtube.com/user/NMCsocalweather, r https://www.youtube.com/user/knvwxrncheck there first before you call the National Weather Service with questions.”

8.5 STEVIE WONDER S GARDEN IN THE NEWS

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somewhere_in_Somerville,_Massachusetts

Wikipedia

8.6 WORD CLUSTERS

“A weak person is better and give your 10,000%”

9. PREPOSITIONS

9.1 THE ZERO PREPOSITION

What is a prepostion?

Preposition

9.2 CLAUSES

9.3 PREPOSITIONS

9.4 PREPOSITIONLESS CLAUSES

There aren’t many Clusters of words called “prepositional phrases”.

she taught him how to write She showed him how to swipe the prepositional.

9.5 PHRASAL PREPOSITIONS

the ball bounced into the room the cat caught a mouse into its house

9.6 FORTO

9.7 INFRADRAJECTIVE

9.8 A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT CASES

9.9 ES TO

os

10. SENTENCE STRUCTURETERMS AND TERMINOLOGY

10.1 SUBJUNCTIVE

10.2 PAST PERFECT TENSE Example I

10.3 PAST PERFECT TENSE Example II

10.4 MOURN IDIOM

10.5 REMIND AND FORGET

10.6 USES OF

THE FOLLOWING BILLS

10.7 UNPLACABLE ADJECTIVES

Los angeles has the most traffic jams in america Washington DC has the most lobbyists in america

10.8 FRONTING

10.9 “GRAMMAR SCHOOL”

all children from 7 to 14 will study documentory speech and history

because of the old timers

10.10 OUT AND IN

10.11 WORD

MARRIAG

NOMINALIZATION

APPLE AND AN APPLE TREE

we are going to get married

11. RADICAL EDDY

11.1 WRITE FOR THE URBAN COMMUNITY

11.2 HOLGER’S PHRASAL PREPOSITIONS

11.3 RADICAL EDDY

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