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The Writing Process

4 Surefire Ways to Find Ideas to Write About

These prewriting techniques are fast, easy, and powerful.

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The only writing techniques that work are ones that you use.

Don’t make writing harder than it has to be. When it comes to thinking up ideas to write about, use tried-and-true methods that writers have used…

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The Writing Prof is a collection of ideas about the art and craft of writing from a college professor and other writing professionals. You’ll find writing tips and posts about grammar and punctuation, language and literature, book reviews, personal essays, and all things writing.

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Lee G. Hornbrook

Lee G. Hornbrook

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