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Keyboard Shortcuts #ThrowbackThursday

#ThrowbackThursday Keyboard Shortcuts I love, love, love keyboard shortcuts. They are the bomb. Or maybe I’m just lazy. No. Efficient. Yeah, I’m uber efficient. It’s amazing how many people don’t use keyboard shortcuts, even the basics like CNTL+A for chose all. How weird that you wouldn’t want to make your typing easier and faster so…

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Three Act Structure #ThrowbackThursday

Today’s #ThrowbackThursday revisits the Three Act Structure (Today’s post on the Three Act Structure is an excerpt from The Plot Thickens:21 Ways to Plot Your Novel.) THE THREE ACT STRUCTURE is one of the most popular ways to plot a novel or screenplay. It’s the backbone of countless novels, TV shows and movies. It keeps…

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“R” is for Revise Your Rough Draft–#ThrowbackThursday

It’s #ThrowbackThursday We’re in the wayback machine, revisiting revising. How to revise your rough draft is a problem all writers face. For today’s AtoZChallenge, the letter “R” will show you how to revise your rough draft. (This post is a revised {a pun!} copy of an earlier blog . I am recycling it for today’s…

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