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Prospectus-ing for Gold: UNFINISHED

not done: needs better citations and polishin

FP.) Tabletop Roleplaying Games are superior to their VG counterparts in some crucial ways that make it a worthwhile endeavor that you should pursue. 155 more words


Ditch the Outline!

Writing is hard enough without trying to fit form to format.

Or is it that the format is simply wrong for the form?

I recall the endless outlines written for school. 279 more words


How I Outline: Characters

This is the second post in my “How I Outline” series, where I’m talking about how I prepare to write a novel. I’ve never put my process into words, but it’s helped me see what holes I have in my planning. 1,833 more words


Advice for new authors


Below follows a checklist of advice for new authors who are thinking about approaching an editor before publication. In writing this I hope to help authors avoid some of the potential pitfalls and later disappointment when their edited work comes back to them. 1,454 more words

Copy Editing

Too outline or not too outline? That is the question

I have recently read an article that was completely against outlining your novel. I have to agree with what was said. As writers it is our job to create, to write about worlds and characters that exist only in our own imagination. 356 more words

Provoked for Promotion (Dale Bronner)

1 Sam 1:1-7

There was a certain man from Ramathaim, a Zuphite from the hill country of Ephraim, whose name was Elkanah son of Jeroham, the son of Elihu, the son of Tohu, the son of Zuph, an Ephraimite.

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Working on Outline and Already Stuck

Day two of trying to flesh out the details of my outline and I’m still stuck¬†with a block I can’t seem to shake off.¬† 597 more words

Creative Writing