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When I first started writing, I was an avid reader and still am. As a reader my selections of books were based on an eclectic taste I still can’t understand. Of one thing I was certain, I loved mysteries. From my first John D. McDonald’s color coded mystery to Walter Mosely’s latest Down Under the […]
When I first started writing, I used it as an escape. A place where I could forget about everything. Someplace where I dictated the rules. It was like taking a vacation every time I put words to an empty page. As I took my writing seriously, it evolved into something else. I was no longer […]
After reading this article, I followed the blogger. Good sound advice for anyone writing outside of what they think they know. via Tips for Writers: Write What You Know?
Sometimes it takes pain to move our character’s along our story. As a writer, their inner landscape is a rich area to mine. This article was helpful in understanding that the character’s emotional journey is some time paved with thorns. Source: Using Triggers to Poke at a Character’s Emotional Wound
I had to read this a couple of times to get a game plan for my next book. The article was quite helpful. The steps are simple and straightforward. Once you finish your first draft, take a step back and look at this game plan before you go back and tackle it. Good luck. Source: […]