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WriteReader – Honoring the Emergent Writing of Young Learners

This is a guest post provided and sponsored by WriteReader. Last spring, I discovered WriteReader. Sign-up was easy and free, and the site is very user-friendly. I was pleased to find that it didn’t take hours of my time to figure it out ...

How to Create a Bibliography in Word

As I wrote last week, I’m jealous of today’s high school students who don’t have to rely on consulting books like The Student Writer to properly format citations and bibliographies. I’m also jealous that they donR...

Member Monday: This Writing Life

This Writing Life By Linda Boyden In the 1990s after I had retired from teaching and was unpublished, my writing rules were simple: write everyday. Write about what you know and especially read in the genre in which you hope to be published...

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Bryan’s Progress Journal

I really like the idea of doing this because one of the main reasons for my joining this forum is to maintain my motivation and hold myself accountable. These will probably not be the most lengthy or specific entries, but I am going to set ...

Meet the First 9 Changemakers Speaking at TEDxToronto

Find out which exciting and inspiring Canadians from across a variety of industries could be engaging with you as a part of the upcoming TEDxToronto. Though TEDxToronto has been running for 12 years, 2020 will see an exciting new format for...

Short Story Contest Entry: Thin Air

Our Writers Forum 2020 Short Story Contest is officially closed. We received two more stories at the September 15 deadline, so we have two more stories to enjoy! The contest judges are hard at work as we speak. Winners will be announced on ...

Short Story Contest Entry: A Tale From The Last 100 Years On Earth

Today we have another entry received for the Writers Forum 2020 Short Story Contest. There is about a month remaining until the contest deadline. That month will fly by! Be sure to finish your stories and submit them. This might be a good t...

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Walk It off, Kid: Rzero’s Progress Journal

I’ve wanted to be a writer most of my life. My mother has a book we made when I was three or four. I made up the story, and she drew the pictures. It’s kind of fantastic. It’s about a dragon who goes to a beach to find some people to ...

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Needing some guidance

Hi everyone! Please forgive me if this is in the wrong place, I have only just joined this evening. Firstly, I hope that everyone is keeping safe and well in these difficult times? Secondly, and the reason I am here…. During this peri...

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How to prepare for a short story or novel…

Well, I’m kind of old, and started writing my first novel in 1995, so I started doing my research before there was anything much online. I think it’s probably a lot easier (and less expensive) to do basic research now, as so muc...

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