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Defining Internal Conflict In A Character

I learned at an early age about oral storytelling from elderly family members, was read to as a tiny child, and have had a lifelong love affair with writing. 416 more words

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April Retrospective

April was a rough month.

I made some dumb decisions that screwed my credit and drove me deeper into debt. I lacked self control and restraint. 336 more words

How to Write Your Book: Step 2

Character development.

This is step two in developing the plot of your novel.

Why is it step two, you may ask?

It is step two because, after you have came up with some ideas for some scenes, which we talked about in the last plot development post, you need to know what caused a character to react as they do in the scenes you want to create. 982 more words


How Am I Doing?

So, we’re not quite halfway through 2016 yet, but I’ve come to realize that I haven’t given you guys an “update” on what I’ve been up to lately. 646 more words


Twisted Magics cover reveal!

Twisted Magics ebook versions are already available for pre-order through Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, and some others that I can’t remember. 156 more words


Writing Tips Alphabet Series – B is for… Brevity.




  1. concise and exact use of words in writing or speech

    * shortness of time.

   I feel like this particular word plays two-fold, as far as writing advice goes. 852 more words

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