# Writing Tool #1: Branch to the Right
# Writing Tool #2: Use Strong Verbs
# Writing Tool #3: Beware of Adverbs
# Writing Tool #4: Period As a Stop Sign
# Writing Tool #5: Observe Word Territory
# Writing Tool #6: Play with Words
# Writing Tool #7: Dig for the Concrete and Specific
# Writing Tool #8: Seek Original Images
# Writing Tool #9: Prefer Simple to Technical
# Writing Tool #10: Recognize Your Story’s Roots
# Writing Tool #11 Back Off or Show Off
# Writing Tool #12: Control the Pace
# Writing Tool #13: Show and Tell
# Writing Tool #14: Interesting Names
# Writing Tool #15: Reveal Character Traits
# Writing Tool #16: Odd and Interesting Things
# Writing Tool #17: The Number of Elements
# Writing Tool #18: Internal Cliffhangers
# Writing Tool #19: Tune Your Voice
# Writing Tool #20: Narrative Opportunities
# Writing Tool #21: Quotes and Dialogue
# Writing Tool #22: Get Ready
# Writing Tool #23: Place Gold Coins Along the Path
# Writing Tool #24: Name the Big Parts
# Writing Tool #25: Repeat
# Writing Tool #26: Fear Not the Long Sentence
# Writing Tool #27: Riffing for Originality
# Writing Tool #28: Writing Cinematically
# Writing Tool #29: Report for Scenes
# Writing Tool #30: Write Endings to Lock the Box
# Writing Tool #31: Parallel Lines
# Writing Tool #32: Let It Flow
# Writing Tool #33: Rehearsal
# Writing Tool #34: Cut Big, Then Small
# Writing Tool #35: Use Punctuation
# Writing Tool #36: Write A Mission Statement for Your Story
# Writing Tool #37: Long Projects
# Writing Tool #38: Polish Your Jewels
# Writing Tool #39: The Voice of Verbs
# Writing Tool #40: The Broken Line
# Writing Tool #41: X-Ray Reading
# Writing Tool #42: Paragraphs
# Writing Tool #43: Self-criticism
# Writing Tool #44: Save String
# Writing Tool #45: Foreshadow
# Writing Tool #46: Storytellers, Start Your Engines
# Writing Tool #47: Collaboration
# Writing Tool #48: Create An Editing Support Group
# Writing Tool #49: Learn from Criticism
# Writing Tool #50: The Writing Process

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