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Hugos and Nebulas, Part 5: Untied Strings

As a new writer, and even now to a certain degree, I struggle with finding the right way to end a story. Regardless of whether the book is meant as a stand-alone or as a part of a series, writers are admonished by Quoters of the Rules to make doubly certain that any and all problems started in the book are resolved in the book. 431 more words

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2014 in review

Hello there, and welcome to what’s become one of the cherished classics of blogging genre writers, the thinly-veiled “hey, go nominate me for a Hugo” post. 208 more words

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On Hugos and Nebulas, Part 2: Tell; Don't Show

Newbie writers are often hounded by well-meaning, more-experienced writers to “follow the rules of good writing.” While I was reading the 10 Hugo/Nebula books for a… 363 more words

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Heart Attack Patient Reunited With Restaurant Manager Who Saved His Life

(CBS) – You might call this “The Miracle on Rush Street.” A man suffered what seemed to be a fatal heart attack at a popular restaurant, but a manager there never gave up trying to save his life. 179 more words

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