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It’s Triple-Plagiarism for LaBeouf Now

This filmmaker is obviously trying to make it to Guinness Shia LaBeouf Plagiarizes More Apologies ‘Shia LaBeouf should maybe start going by Lie-a LaBeouf. Dude loves plagiarizing more than your little nephew loves the Tickle Me Ferbie he got from … Continue reading

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The Problem with Jargon in Crime Books

While I was reading James Lee Burke’s ‘Cimarron Rose‘, I wondered why the book wasn’t a bestseller. It is a rare novel  where heavy human drama and insensitive hardboiled action were combined. An excerpt: ‘Then I had one of those … Continue reading

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Storytelling That Gets Sympathy

If you have a child that’s dying of cancer and want emotional and even financial aid, how would you tell your story? In this awesome video, Dr. Paul Zak offers a simple yet remarkable case study in how the human … Continue reading

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Can a Writer Plagiarize Self?

‘Stealing’ Your Own Content Gary Provost is the author of The Freelance Writer’s Handbook and one of his advice is to steal small form different sources. He calls that ‘research’, not plagiarism. He even admits that he steals from himself … Continue reading

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Writers Beware Program

These folks are wizards when it comes to digging up the dirt. Let’s all team up to support the Writers Beware Program and catch the plagiarists. -http://www.sfwa.org/for-authors/writer-beware/.

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