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Two New #Sci-fi Releases in One Day - I

Two New #Sci-fi Releases in One Day – I didn’t plan to release two new stories on the same day, it just kind of worked out that way. 62 more words

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Once more with feeling

I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned this resource before, but it came up at a recent critique group meeting, and I though I’d highlight it again. 157 more words

Musings On Writing

Naming Characters: One Take On This Process

The process of choosing names for characters is one that can be undertaken with much happiness, or, at times, fraught with immense difficulties. It can sometimes be a stumbling block in writing, as, for example, the character in question is a central character through whom the action flows, and the inability to name the character may temporarily handicap the story  as a whole. 418 more words

Two Navy Guys Send a SITREP - Welcome ba

Two Navy Guys Send a SITREP – Welcome back to Two Navy Guys and a Novel, the place where you can watch two ex-Navy guys co-write a military-political thriller. 65 more words

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What Lego has taught me about writing.

Lego is one of those ubiquitous childhood toys which tends to breed underfoot when your feet are bare and tender and vanish when you need that last particular piece to complete a project. 830 more words

My Journey As A Writer

Tuning Helps

Week 8 Writing Tools Activity #6

Tool #23: Tune your voice.


When Charlotte’s baby was born, it was a little girl and they named her Willow. 173 more words

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Tuning my Voice Week 8

I used Writing Tools #23: Tune your Voice. This was another letter of recommendation that I wrote for my sister. By “tuning my voice” and making it sound more like me, I thought that it sounded more personal and sincere, making the letter of recommendation more legitimate to the reader. 275 more words

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