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By    Amber P.

A concept that took me some time to fully actualise was that of utilising concrete language. It mostly took me so long to sort out because I couldn’t figure out what “concrete” language meant. 840 more words

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My Tips on Writing a Novel

So many writers out there want to finally write that novel, or maybe even just finish one they started eons ago. I’m not on the NYT bestseller list, so you may have your doubts on trusting me, but I have self-published three books and I’m working on the third and final book in a fantasy trilogy. 925 more words


Guest Blog: Growing from the Root

I’m off to a gig in the wilds of New Mexico, so L. Graham is filling in for me this week.  Enjoy!           –D.M. Gutierrez

Growing from the Root… 1,023 more words

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I recently completed the first 10,000 words of my ‘novel’ (cue: polite applause). Some might say that, now that I’ve reached that milestone, I could remove the single quotation marks away from that sentence, but where’s the fun in that? 95 more words

I Really Should Be Writing

The Wedding Trip

By P.A.Thompson

My niece got married this last weekend down in Los Angeles, she’s one of the good ones so we’d planned a family vacation around her wedding. 817 more words

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Getting Going Again

By:  Keith M.

It’s no secret that my WIP sorta stalled out for a while.  Most recently, I mentioned it here.

Well, all that has changed.   782 more words

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Strong Verbs

By: Melody J.   

I’m a learn-by-experience type of writer. I don’t and I never have followed writing rules just because I’m told I should. Some I blatantly and unashamedly break at times, honestly. 494 more words

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