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Writing Short Stories

Some writers love writing short stories. They love the attention to detail. They love the master stroke of a twist at the end. Other writers decry the lack of space to develop character and intricate plots. Whichever camp you belong … Continue reading

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Do I Need An Editor? The answer is YES!

I finished my book and all my friends love it. My mom says it’s the best thing she’s ever read. I followed advice and hired an editor, even though I didn’t think I needed it. Now a publisher says I … Continue reading

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After You Type “THE END”

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Active Beginnings

Our post today comes from Tahlia Newland, author, editor, and artist. She writes a blog at TahliaNewland.com and hosts the Happiness Hints podcast. She joins us to share her insights. Tahlia says:  All aspects of a novel are important, but the beginning … Continue reading

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Where is the next page?

Has this ever happened to you? You get interested in a book; you bond with a character, hanging on every twist and turn as you approach the end. Then you turn the page, or swipe for the next screen…and nothing. It’s … Continue reading

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