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Putting Some Style in Multiple POV's

As a reader I am a fan of different POV’s in one book. I feel more connected to the characters and the story line when a story is written that way. 400 more words

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Author Janice Hardy Talks About the Importance of “Planning”

Being able to teach a person something new in a way that makes others feel enlightened is a gift. That’s why one of the blogs that I frequent most is… 1,378 more words

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MBM: 6 Places to Find Novel Ideas by Janice Hardy

Last week of March Book Madness. It’s been awesome, and I’ve learned a ton. If you’ve missed any days, make sure to catch up. … 1,632 more words


MS Word Trick: Using Macros to Edit and Polish

We want to clean up our story the best we can because copy editors often charge a “messy manuscript” premium. Yet it can be difficult to self-edit at this “polish” stage. 44 more words


The Pain Merchants by Janice Hardy

This science fiction/fantasy novel is a book I got from the library, and read most of whilst bored at my brothers football tournament. It is about a girl called Nya, aged 15, who struggles every day for survival in her occupied city, Geveg. 163 more words

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Writing Tip Wednesday: Agent Sara Megibow's Tips On The Emotionally Healthy Publishing Career

I subscribe to Janis Hardy’s blog and today I received a wonderful post that I want to share with you all (talk about perfect timing.) 117 more words


Transition scenes

I always have trouble with ‘transition’ scenes; those times when the hero is walking to the heroine’s house or the heroine is driving somewhere or they’re going to sleep. 159 more words