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It's Not The Story, It's How You Tell It

Any story can be fascinating. It’s true! Writers get so caught up in what kind of story to write, when they should be more interested in how to tell the story. 1,439 more words

Small Presses: 2 Publishers Open to Unagented Submissions

Small and independent publishers often cater to an alternative market not targeted by big publishers. They are usually more flexible about accepting unsolicited manuscripts from unagented writers. 192 more words

Publishing

JMD398 reblogged this on Behind The Eyes and commented:

Sometimes you just want to get your work published. If thats you have a look at these 2 publishers.

Writing Tip: The Elusive Qualities Of Good Writing That Can't Be Taught

Writing Tip: The Elusive Qualities Of Good Writing That Can’t Be Taught

While study, practice and feedback will improve your technical skills as a writer, some of the essential qualities of good writing are more elusive: 214 more words

Poetry

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Sometimes I wonder what type of writer I am and how to find my audience and what my audience may enjoy my words for. Still looking for these answers but hopefully this will help others that are on the same journey. Some good things to think about here.

On Writing: Who -- and What -- to Write For?

I’ve accomplished enough today so that now I feel justified sitting at my desk to write a post. This doesn’t mean I’ve actually accomplished the most I could have or made the best use of my time but simply that I got some important shit out of the way. 524 more words

Literature

Writer Woes

Each notebook/folder/binder holds a different story. (Some even hold two, *gasp!*) This is my accumulation of just two years of writing, not to mention a couple of stories I have on my computer. 222 more words

Writing

2-3-1 Tool of Emphasis

In my October 2014 post, I mentioned the 2-3-1 Tool of Emphasis. (Place the most important sentence at the end of the paragraph, the next important sentence at the beginning, and the least important sentences in the middle.) 377 more words

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