Writing Preferences (Survey Results)

Writing preferences vary and overlap greatly within the writing community. A ten question survey seemed a fun & brief way to help writers articulate their preferences and then see how they are different yet similar to other writers.

And here are the results!

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What Are Your Writing Preferences?

Here’s a little survey for you in case you are curious to see how your writing preferences compare to other takers of this survey. Of course no answer is “good” or “bad” so just be honest and have fun!

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“Hey” is for Horses

“Hey,hey”. That’s how I greet the horses every morning. I’m not much of a “hey, you” kind of girl but it it fits for horses because of how it sounds. Playing with words is probably natural to writers. And when I find I’m doing it, it makes me smile. It can make readers smile, too, […]

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5 Ways to Free Your Writing

Dancers at the annual Cinco de Mayo Festival in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Cinco de Mayo is (in part) a daythat celebrates freedom. As a writer, fight for freedom from cliches, stagnation, and writer block! Just as the Mexicans turned back an invading force, you can fight against these enemies of writers everywhere and […]

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Revision Step 1: Delete for Dialogue!

      This blog post looks at what to delete from dialogue in order to improve clarity, voice, logic, and flow. Dialogue is an area I struggle with but many other people love. By deleting content in your first step of revision, you won’t waste time polishing material you will only remove later on. […]

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Revision Step 1: Delete for Character!

This blog post looks at what to delete from your manuscript in order to improve clarity, voice, logic, and flow. By deleting content in your first step of revision, you won’t waste time polishing material you will only remove later on. And if deleting content leaves holes, you can brainstorm and fill the gaps with […]

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