More Than 150 Ways to Say “Confused”

🔎 Does “confused” show up too often in your WIP?
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Is Your Word Document Taking Forever to Save? An Easy Fix

Have you found that Word takes longer to save as your WIP grows? … … … …

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The problem is easy to fix — without macros or apps.

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How Should Writers Handle Rejection?

😞 Discouraged by rejection? 😞

Rafal Reyzer will lift your spirits.

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Looking for Ways to Express Love in Your WIP?

300+ Ways to Say “Love”: A Word List for Writers

💕 Want to show love in your WIP? 💕

Some people toss the word “love” around like confetti. This post provides ways to show how characters feel without overusing “love.”

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Writers: Too Many Occurrences of “Embarrassed” in your WIP?

Today’s blog post:

200+ Ways to Say Embarrassed: A Word List for Writers

People show embarrassment in many ways. Some are visible, and others aren’t. This post provides the tools to embarrass characters as often as you wish.

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Writers: Looking for Ways to Say Happy?

This week on my blog:

300+ Ways to Say Happy: A Word List for Writers

Rather than say a character is happy, writers can show the happiness or provide context that explains the reason for it. This post will help.

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Kathy Steinemann is the author of The Writer’s Lexicons, wildly popular tools for writers.

Transform wooden characters into believable personalities your readers will love. Or hate. Kathy cuts through the rules and shows you how.

Harness body language, purge hackneyed adjectives, and draw on the environment for ambience — with The Writer’s Lexicons as your guides.

These books are a must-have for all writers, from amateur to professional, fiction to nonfiction.

Sprinkled throughout, you’ll find exercises and examples with ideas for story prompts. Snap ’em up at will, and …

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