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The Short Story Part 3

Importance of historical context  Gilman published The Yellow Wallpaper in 1982. It was published at a time when women had few rights. For instance,

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The Short Story Part 2

Folkloric Elements of the Short Story While written literature provides readers with a tradition of texts, oral literature provides a

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The Short Story Part 1

A short story is a narrative prose that is centered on a particular event. There is a growing interest in the narrative across

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The Origin of your Flame

This was a post written before the outbreak of COVID-19, and it can be found on ccravenacts.wixsite.com/6footover. Hope you enjoy

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Macy
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How To Write a Letter of Query to a Literary Agent

A query letter, huh?  Sounds easy, but it must be precise.  For all you authors trying to hook an agent,

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Catching Up in your Dreams

Day 60 of being in quarantine. Plenty of food, toilet paper, and water. Internet, full speed, and enough sweatpants to

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Macy
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Writing Tips: Exclamation! (And Why They Don’t Belong in Your Novel)

Exclamation.  All writers are tempted to use them.  Most writers do use them.  But are they lame?  Overused?  Unnecessary?  Yes,

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Sophomore Year

I remember right after I left freshman year to begin my summer how much fun I had. I had a

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Macy
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Top 5 Ways to Begin Your Novel

First thing’s first: Chapter 1…   Beginning a novel is, well…absolutely terrifying.  But you need to have a good start,

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Macy
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Book Review: “I Am One of You Forever”

You want to smile?  Read this book.  You want to cry?  Read this book.  You want to laugh, shout, weep? 

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