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Version Control for Writers <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Word Processors

Version Control for Writers : Word Processors

Posted 7 Years Ago


Illustrates how to use the version control features in certain word processors
Poetry for Dummies <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Poems DO NOT Have to Rhyme

Poetry for Dummies : Poems DO NOT Have to Rhyme

Posted 5 Years Ago


How you can make a good poem that doesn't rhyme and how you can improve your rhyming skills
Haiku for Amateurs <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Length (Syllable and Line)

Haiku for Amateurs : Length (Syllable and Line)

Posted 5 Years Ago


Breaking the taboo about the infamous 5-7-5 Syllable and 3 Line format of Haiku.
Dead On The Page

Dead On The Page

1 Lesson, Updated 5 Years Ago

Write your best! Feel confident. Get published sooner. Because your worst literary bad habits are the ones you think you don’t have. Course brought to you by Literati Sedition: http://litsedition.spruz.com/
Creating a Language

Creating a Language

4 Lessons, Updated 5 Years Ago

Do you want a unique language for your fantasy story? Or do you need that alien language for your science fiction? Either way, I have a simple way of going about creating that language, and even a more complex way if you want to make it highly unique..
Writing and Constructive Criticism - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> "At a Glance" Criticism

Writing and Constructive Criticism - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly : "At a Glance" Criticism

Posted 7 Years Ago


Criticism can be constructive or deconstructive. Sometimes, however, you really can't tell. Read more at http://LetUsWrite.wordpress.com
HOW TO WRITE YAOI <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> WRITING YAOI

HOW TO WRITE YAOI : WRITING YAOI

Posted 6 Years Ago


So you've got your plot, you've got your pairing, you've got your scene, the rest bubbles down to your WRITING SKILLS.
Characters-The Vital Organs In Any Writing <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> ACTION! -Motions for your Character

Characters-The Vital Organs In Any Writing : ACTION! -Motions for your Character

Posted 7 Years Ago


Repetitive motions and speech.
How to Defeat Writer's Block <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Use other media

How to Defeat Writer's Block : Use other media

Posted 7 Years Ago


This lesson will describe how to start writing again after doing what you already do - enjoy yourself! Watch a movie. Read a book. Glance through the newspapers.
Poetry Help. <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Rhyming Schemes.

Poetry Help. : Rhyming Schemes.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Choose your favorite.
The first mistake
A band of soldiers finds diplomacy in the dreg forest comes with consequences.
Characters-The Vital Organs In Any Writing <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Emotions: Mad, Happy, Sad, And All That Crap

Characters-The Vital Organs In Any Writing : Emotions: Mad, Happy, Sad, And All That Crap

Posted 7 Years Ago


Putting emotion into your character.
How Not to Suck at Writing <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> On Poetry

How Not to Suck at Writing : On Poetry

Posted 7 Years Ago


No self proclaimed writer can say that they've never dreamed of being the next Poe or Dickinson, let's work out the kinks in your writing to bring you closer to that dream.
Haiku for Amateurs <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Kiru

Haiku for Amateurs : Kiru

Posted 5 Years Ago


The 'Cutting' technique
The Perfect Fantasy <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Creating the Perfect World

The Perfect Fantasy : Creating the Perfect World

Posted 7 Years Ago


The most important thing in a believable fantasy story is the place where it occurs. The realm, world, planet, time, and setting where your characters exist. If the story is set elsewhere than planet Earth, or on a planet Earth that we, being the rea..
Poetry: It's All About Little Details

Poetry: It's All About Little Details

2 Lessons, Updated 7 Years Ago

This course will help the student integrate intelligent little details into their poetry, thereby allowing the writer to apply extra layers of complexity to their work.
Character Development

Character Development

6 Lessons, Updated 7 Years Ago

Some characters are flat and like cardboard cut outs. Let's add some spice to these characters, and make your readers want to actually READ the book!
Top Ten Tips for Newbie Fiction Writers <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Nine: The Other Eye

Top Ten Tips for Newbie Fiction Writers : Nine: The Other Eye

Posted 6 Years Ago


Going for & accepting artful criticism...
The Right Way to Write Wrong <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Write what you say, not what you read

The Right Way to Write Wrong : Write what you say, not what you read

Posted 7 Years Ago


If you're not at least moderately witty and interesting by nature, this is going to be tricky. If you are, on the other hand, milk it.
Top Ten Tips for Newbie Fiction Writers <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Eight: Put In Your Oars & Row

Top Ten Tips for Newbie Fiction Writers : Eight: Put In Your Oars & Row

Posted 6 Years Ago


What to do when you're stuck...

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