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Copyright in Writing

Plagiarism and copyright in writing go hand in hand. This is because if you plagiarise another writer’s work, then you are potentially breaching their copyright. Disclaimer. I am not a lawyer. If you are at all unsure whether you’ve potentially breached copyright by using, in your writing, someone else’s words or ideas or the way …

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Writing Emotionally Difficult Scenes in Fiction

Writing is an effective way to process trauma and emotional strain. Whether it’s for personal use or for publication, it’s a cathartic way to express your emotions. However, when writing emotionally difficult scenes in fiction that you plan to publish, it’s worth keeping in mind some guidelines. Guest blogger of Writing Emotionally Difficult Scenes in …

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Outlander

This blog post is a book review of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, a bestseller since 1991. The first novel has over 900,000 reviews on Goodreads. The series follows the time-travelling journey through a ring of standing stones, a fairy circle that allows time travel, of World War Two nurse Claire in 1946 and back into …

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