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Archive for Writing Fiction

Friendly Future Reads

Friendly Future Reads

The life of an author has so many perks, even before the big goal of publication is achieved. One [...]

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Spring Smorgasbord

Spring Smorgasbord

  No matter what the occasion, I’m always ready to spring into a good book. And I get a [...]

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Give Me Tension!

Give Me Tension!

I’ve read a number of books lately where the story fell flat and I found myself skimming the books. [...]

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Those Pesky Details

Those Pesky Details

I was totally enjoying the story I was reading. It was a historical novel, based on a popular legend [...]

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What’s the Point in Point of View?

What’s the Point in Point of View?

The point is to draw your readers deep into your story and keep them there. Take it from this [...]

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Fill Your Bucket

Fill Your Bucket

We writers have to have inspiration to fill the stories we pen. If we don’t find something to quench [...]

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The All-in-One Write And Edit Mistake

The All-in-One Write And Edit Mistake

Though I make more writing mistakes than I care to mention, the biggest one is the temptation to hit [...]

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The Backstory Dump

The Backstory Dump

Did anyone else read The Baby-Sitters Club books? They were a series of books that were popular among preteen [...]

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8 of the Most Common Writing Mistakes

8 of the Most Common Writing Mistakes

Reader friends, in case you’ve missed this, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. The Inkspers [...]

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A Merry Ergonomic Christmas

A Merry Ergonomic Christmas

I’m sure you’ve heard all the hype about how sitting is really bad for your health. Crazy statistics that [...]

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