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I said I’d share something at least every 2 weeks, and that was 2 weeks ago today. So now here I am introducing Write On Wednesdays! 697 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Injecting Symbolism, Part 3

By Leslie Lindsay

The fiction writer knows that there is a lot that hinges on a good story. Some of these elements just happen in the prose, but some of them are more deliberate–but hopefully the reader doesn’t detect that. 426 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Meet THE GOOD GIRL Author Mary Kubica

By Leslie Lindsay

With about a million accolades already brewing for this dark, gripping psychological thriller set alternately in Chicagoland and rural Minnesota, Mary Kubica is here to chat with us about her debut, THE GOOD GIRL (to be released July 29th, 2014). 1,764 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Injecting Symbolism, Part 2: Doors & Gates

By Leslie Lindsay

If you happened to catch last Wednesday’s post, then you know I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the themes that have cropped up in my WIP. 531 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Finding Symbolism in Your WIP

By Leslie Lindsay

One hundred years ago, in 1914, a bird cheekily known as Martha (after the first First Lady, Martha Washington) died in a Cincinnati zoo. 649 more words

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Write on Wednesday #23

Today’s Writing Prompt:  Write a resume and cover letter for your favorite book character.  This is a good exercise in close reading.  What have your learned about this character?  What are their strengths?

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Pavillion

Like an island in a vast sea of freshly mowed grass, it rose up like a temple.  I wonder if it would be accurate to say that I worshiped that place.   1,081 more words

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