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Writing for your Audience – Flesch-Kincaid Readability Tests

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Flesch-Kincaid Readability Scores to help your writing

In starting your blog or your book, I always tell people to just write. For the first draft, don’t worry about the grammar, sentence structure, or readability. That is what a second and third draft are all about. However, I continue to remind my authors to keep their audience in mind when writing. Things like […]

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Focused Writing Creates Big Impact

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Writing for Impact

Have you ever thought about writing a book or a short story, but have a hard time getting started? It most likely is because you are not focused. Even if you are more of a journal writer, it can be difficult on where to start writing if you aren’t sure exactly what you want to […]

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The Power of Podcasting for Authors

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Being a successful author goes beyond just the ability to write a book. It is important that you can share your message to as many people as possible. One of the great ways to be heard by people who may not know you yet is through podcasting. Now if you haven’t heard of podcasting, don’t […]

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Journaling for Clarity and Vision

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Journaling for Clarity

Many are calling 2020 “the year of focus” or “the year of clarity.” So let me ask, do you have a clear vision or focus on how God is calling you to move forward in this hour? You are called to build His Kingdom. You are designed for a specific purpose in His plan; however, […]

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How Do You Process Feedback?

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How Do You Process Feedback?

As the saying goes, “opinions are like belly buttons, everybody’s got one.” It is so true, every person is going to feel “some-kinda-way” about you, your work, and  your decisions. Many times they will even verbalize it. The question is, how do you process that feedback? Just the thought of receiving criticism will keep some […]

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Tell Me More! The Power of Descriptive Words

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The one thing that will help your writing immensely is mastering the use of descriptive words. The more vivid you can make your writing, the easier it is for your reader to experience the emotions and feelings associated with your story. It will also draw your reader in because it is touching on their experiences, […]