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AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup
AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup

Weekly Writing Roundup – November 17

There’s a glut of high-power tips throughout our picks for this week’s roundup – so without much further ado, jump on in and treat yourself to: Custom Writing’s colorful infographic, 15 Amazing Ways to Write Faster. If you’re finding yourself starting to flag this far into NaNoWriMo, or just looking for simple ways to boost […]

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AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup

Weekly Writing Roundup – November 10

We’re focusing on inspiration and motivation in this week’s roundup – so while there are certainly useful tips to be found within, be ready for a heartfelt blast of get-up-and-go. Today, dive into: An article from Bustle that presents some exceedingly timely advice from author John Green – that sometimes, even when it feels like […]

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AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup
AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup

Weekly Writing Roundup – October 27

Today’s Weekly Roundup is all about utility, with a few handy tools that should be of use to you whether or not you’re undertaking NaNoWriMo this year. It’s time to get your hands on: David Seah’s superbly designed, printable NaNoWriMo word count calendar. Track your progress in style, and with total ease! An online Pomodoro […]

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AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup
AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup
AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup

Weekly Writing Roundup – October 06

Since October is the month when many will be knuckling down to plan their stories for the upcoming NaNoWriMo challenge, we’re shortening the number of roundup entries to help preserve your time – but we aren’t compromising on quality! This week: The folks at Payhip get straight to the point with A Complete, No-Nonsense Guide […]

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Weekly Writing Roundup – September 29

This week’s roundup is all about fantasy, as our top picks bring you: David J. Peterson at Unbound Worlds, and his amazingly in-depth guide to Creating a Fantasy Language. Weapons expert Benjamin Sobiek’s 6 Tips for Writing Fantasy Weapons. Hannah Collins, who isn’t horsing around with her guide to Everything a Fantay Author Needs to […]

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AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup