Category Archives: Writing

Create a riveting main character, by @natasha_lane1 via LiveWriteThrive.com

Today’s post is by Natasha Lane. As writers, our main characters are usually some manifestation of ourselves. These beings that run around our heads, tossing story ideas at us in rapid succession, are miniature versions of ourselves. Sometimes they only … Continue reading

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Each scene you write must advance the story in some way, by @AJHumpage

One of the universal principles of good fiction writing is the need to move the story forward. If you don’t move the story forward, then the story can’t evolve. A story that doesn’t go anywhere or do anything isn’t a … Continue reading

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#author It’s September and what will I be harvesting? Well…

It could apply to many things but with one book, (still need to tie up loose ends), one completed first draft of a second, and the very rough first draft of a third it’s about time I looked at harvest … Continue reading

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The best writing is a witness to the human experience by @KAMcCleary via @WriterUnboxed

Flickr Creative Commons: Sebastien WiertzShortly after my third novel was published I started work on a fourth. I’m proud of all three of my books but I could see a steady progression of improvement in my writing—I did become a … Continue reading

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