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Story Structure Revisted

I just completed the 5th revision of my novel, “Under Western Skies.” It was intense as my critiques recommend moving a few things around in the story. 61 more words

Writing Tips

Dianne's Throwback Thursday - Book Style

Hi everyone! Grab your coffee and enjoy this week’s Throwback Thursday, Book Style.

This week I have picked stories by two of my favorite authors, both of whom have written across a range of sub-genres, and done it all with flair. 443 more words

Books & Reviews

Plot Twist - Your Life Dreams Change...

Yesterday morning, I woke up to a rainy foggy July 4th day. After having family and friends over the day before, I was in no hurry to get out of bed. 1,717 more words

Just Thinking...

Why The Ending Isn't The Hardest Part of a Story

I once heard someone describe writing as walking down a narrow winding path through the forest. You know what’s behind you, and what’s immediately beside you, but you have no idea what is coming next or where the path will end. 1,006 more words

Writing

The One Question to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Business

At this point in his career, serial entrepreneur Jason Nazar has developed a one-word litmus test for aspiring entrepreneurs: “Why?”

If you can’t answer that key question, entrepreneurship probably isn’t for you. 917 more words

Leadership

Empty Nest - Sorta...

I don’t technically have an “empty nest” by definition. All three of my daughters are still living at home though they live their own lives. Two of them work a second shift full time job so I don’t see much of them and the youngest is going to the local college full time and working with an active social life so I don’t see her much either. 1,258 more words

Just Thinking...