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Preliminary Task Scenario

A lone gangster walks through a dark and narrow corridor, briefcase in hand with a stern expression of disgust on his face, almost like he was put up to the task. 234 more words

Planning

The Writing Prompt to End All Writing Prompts: Part I

The Challenge:

I’m going to reveal a secret to you that will change your life. Or not. That’s the way it is with secrets.

The secret is this. 1,347 more words

Education

Ella Harper/Sasha Wagstaff Talks About Pen Names and Voice

Today at Romaniac HQ it’s a case of two for the price of one – I’m delighted to welcome Sasha Wagstaff /Ella Harper.

Hello Sasha, or should that be Ella? 741 more words

Womens_fiction

Cross-genre sharing

Daily Prompt

WN #28: Writing from a List

Pick a topic and write it at the top of your entry.  The words can be concrete or abstract.  

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Writer's Notebook

Genre vs. Genre

So many times I read through the internet on writing and what people enjoy and several posts about what they hate. Of course authors think the genre we write in is the best, why won’t we? 440 more words

Writing

‘To Be Or Not To Be… Melodramatic’

By Karen Payton Holt.

What on earth is melodrama? I’ve watched ‘Gone With The Wind’ and seen Scarlett O’Hara having the ‘vapors’ as she plays ‘Ashley’ off against ‘Rhett’… those were the days. 332 more words