Articles to Improve Your Writing and Help Build Your Author Platform

Articles to Help Improve Your Writing:

One Word Leads to The Next: Unconventional Conjunctive Devices by Chuck Palahniuk via

“Obsessive-compulsive behavior or not, that’s how I think a well-written story should work:  Each word should trigger the next, there should be a rhythm that supports memory retrieval, and regular repeating phrases to act as the linking devices.”

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How to Write a Great Fight Scene by Sarah via A Writer’s Path

“I’ve reviewed both my favorite and least favorite fight scenes in fiction and have made notes on what I believe either makes or breaks them. Below are 5 points that I believe to be key to constructing a great fight scene.”

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The Keys to Great Writing by Dawn Field via

“The secret that accounts for all this diversity of writers, writing styles and books with high impact, is that it is as much what you do as what you don’t do. While there is no common definition of great, all great books have the common feature of lacking content that isn’t great. Great books do not contain “un-great” stuff.”

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Building an Author Platform and a Successful Blog:

Improve Your Writing Platform (or Author Platform) in 30 Days by Robert Lee Brewer via

“Anyway, this post collects 30 days worth of platform-building tasks into one mega-resource for writers. Use it wisely; share it widely; and prepare to find more success than you ever thought possible.”

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9 Tips on How to Build Raving Fans for Your Blog by Gary Dek via

“Having a loyal readership is key to achieving success as a blogger or online publisher. You may have the best blog in your niche or even the most useful posts, but what good are your efforts if you don’t have a steady stream of readers to appreciate your work?”

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I hope you all find these links useful. Have a great weekend.


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