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If you are reading this, you are, undoubtedly, a writer.  These posts might interest you:

A review of Emma Coats’ Pixar’s 22 Storytelling Rules:

1. Rule #1

2. Rule #2Redux Rule #2

3. Rule #3

4. Rule #4

5. Rule #5

6. Rule #6Follow up on Rule #6

7. Rule #7

8. Rule #8

9. Rule #9

10. Hobbiton 2.0 (aka Rule #10)

11. Rule #11

12. Rule #12

13. Rule #13

14. Rule #14

15. Rule #15

16. Rule #16

17. Rule #17

18. Rule #18

19. Rule #19

20. Rule #20

21. Follow up on Rule #20 and Rule #21

22. Rule #22

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An exploration in 25 posts of the Writer’s Digest 25 Ways to Improve Your Writing in 30 Minutes a Day tip article:

1. Flow

2. Follow-up on Flow

3. Precise Writing

4. Can you hear me?

5. Originality or Steal?

6. A picture is worth a thousand words…

7. The Aha! Moment

8. Any post is better than no post?

9. Grammar Nazi

10. A dove’s gait

11. May luck be stronger than death

12. Teetering on the brink of

13. Clear Reality

14. Contradicting details

15. Out on a limb

16. K.I.C.S.

17. But I like cliches

18. Communication

19. Tension

20. Evocative Writing…

21. Figuring Prose

22. Standing apart

23. The bane of my life

24. Panache

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