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New York Rangers; Rebuilding update through thirteen games

The real reason I am here to write this article is for multiple reasons. I will come out and admit I am a long-time Rangers supporter, I’ve watched them for now nearly 14 years, I’ve seen them through their lows and highs like the Stanley Cup final loss. 1,228 more words


What is the purpose of a scene, by Larry Brooks.

Learning to write has been a real journey for me. I was a typical rookie; I thought I knew everything when in reality I knew very little at all. 261 more words


Plot points and pinch points

If you are a writer, there’s a lot you can learn from the techniques used by scriptwriters in story design. The media are different; but they are both about storytelling. 1,723 more words

For Newbie Authors

#booksforwriters August 2018

You’ve studied the craft of fiction writing ad nauseum. You know everything there is to know about plot, characterization, theme, etc., etc. You crank out manuscript after manuscript and nothing sells. 725 more words

Foxy Writer Chick Talks Writer's Craft

Transitioning from Writing Nonfiction to Fiction

Previously on The Writing Studio…

Some time ago I shared my decision about publication of my memoir. Since then, I’ve done lots of reading and research on orphanages in the late 19th to early 20th centuries. 925 more words

Story Engineering by Larry Brooks

There are many people who give writing advice, but only two whose advice I find invaluable. One of them is this guy. Larry Brooks.

Watch and learn! 7 more words