Author Tools

There are many things to watch out for, when improving our writing craft. Some things I watch out for are: keeping the same tense throughout, spelling, punctuation, not overusing a certain word, making sure my characters have a unique voice, protagonist issues, antagonist, learning new words….
Seems unending, doesn’t it? Na! The more you read, the more you know! The more you speak with other authors, you soon realize we are all on a specific journey. No writer is ever alike. Don’t ever strive to be like someone else. God gave you a specific talent. Use it!
On that note, here is a terrific post aiding us in expanding our vocabulary. I personally adore when I receive word charts. Word to use other than look. Words to use other than like. Here is a terrific one to help you out. Happy writing and reading! Have a wonderful day in the Lord.

Word Power: Words To Use Instead of Good (ABILITIES)

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Author: Author Aimée Marie Bejarano

Aimée Marie Bejarano is an Author of historical fiction, inspirational, science fiction, paranormal, supernatural, thriller, and horror novels. She not only loves the grind of writing but of daily caring for her animals on a small farm. Being unmarried, but married to the Lord, Aimée's only passion is for the life given and to do all she can to fulfill what God has planned. This site is also meant to open the eyes of what is taught, has been taught and continuing to be taught in this world. Eyes open to the truth which is what she desires. To teach on what God's word says about infamous topics such as spirits, haunting, ghosts etc.

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