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Tried and True Process For Writing a Great Book

My writing process generally looks something like this:

  1. Muse over a story idea for endless hours while cutting grass, cooking, driving, sleeping (or trying to, anyway), walking, brushing teeth, reading other books, and pretty much anything else that involves breathing…
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Blogging

Writing Masterclass: Plotting your novel

As a new segment to this blog, I have few tips and tricks learned during my studies that I would like to share with you. 734 more words

Inspiration

Characters should always lead your plot – Natasha Lester

Earlier this year, I had the good fortune to attend a masterclass on plotting with best-selling author, …

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Writer

The Wound---Because Damaged People Make the BEST Stories

Many emerging writers come to me when they find they are struggling with their WIP. I always begin with the same question, “What is your story about?” Often, I get this response, “Well, my story isn’t plot-driven. 1,928 more words

Kristen Lamb

WRITING: Plot and How to do it (Basic)

WRITING BASICS: Plot

Like with all things that have to do with writing, you’re going to come across many opinions about plot. Opinions like whether or not you really need one, and what makes a good plot anyway? 1,919 more words

Writing

Pace and story structure: a blueprint for keeping the reader gripped

I’ve had an interesting question from Josephine of the blog Muscat Tales:

Can you talk about pace? How to speed up/slow down the action/plot – and when? 786 more words

Writing