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ELEVEN well-known books that were inspired by dreams

Introduction by Brigid Ludwig Did you know that Stephen King dreamed the entire plot of ‘Misery’ on a plane? If you’ve ever been unable to put a great book down, you know how easy it is to get lost in … Continue reading

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Millennials and #Reading – you may be surprised

Wikipedia defines the term Millennials as: Millennials, also known as Generation Y or Gen Y, are the demographic cohort following Generation X and preceding Generation Z. Researchers and popular media typically use the early 1980s as starting birth years and … Continue reading

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Dadaism in Literature: an infographic (guest post)

Dadaism, a cultural and artistic movement that spanned mediums and countries alike, began as a rejection of nationalism as World War I raged on throughout Europe. Many European artists were forced to leave the country or face persecution, leading to … Continue reading

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12 common confusing words – an infographic

My love of the English language knows no bounds. That being said, it can pose some formidable challenges at times. Below is an infographic from GrammarCheck.net that lists some of the most challenging word usage hurdles.  The one I’m most … Continue reading

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Who Is The Most Instagrammed Writer Of All Time?

Guest post and Infographic by Rebecca Armstrong It’s pretty clear that social media has taken over the world, with people constantly sharing updates about their lives, their interests, and hobbies. And those interests definitely include reading! Whilst we might think … Continue reading

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Breaking down writer’s block: an infographic

I know that in addition to readers and bookbloggers, some of my followers are authors or aspiring to be authors. Therefore, when approached by Freewrite to post this infographic on Fictionophile, I readily agreed. The following is a guest post … Continue reading

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The weird side of famous writers

It is common knowledge that athletes and sports fans have some odd rituals, some would say quirks. I’m thinking of fans who always wear the same shirt to watch a game, athletes who carry a personal talisman with them on … Continue reading

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Reading makes you healthy! (an infographic)

We love reading books, and we’re guessing you do too. However, did you know that reading helps us live longer, stay sharper, be happier, as well as have more friends too? Reading fiction has been shown to increase empathy and … Continue reading

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Daily writing routines of 20 famous authors

Hidden beneath every sentence of your favourite book lies the author’s inspiration and creative machinery. Many writers rely on a writing routine to keep them working at an optimal level. Psychologically, writing routines can provide a sense of comfort and … Continue reading

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