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Carefully Begin your Beginnings and End your Endings Else you'll Find yourself Drooling in a Corner

How do you envision ideas for your novels? Do you set in your favorite chair with pad and pencil in hand, writing down different plots until one strikes your fancy? 423 more words

Lynn Steigleder

Sunday Sunday Sunday! #RoW80 Check-in

Well another week has passed. I think we are finally exiting this cold and moving back to normal life. The cough has lingered, but it’s not so bad anymore. 655 more words

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Subplots - Autumning

Electronic duo Subplots return with the sonically vivid and full-scale sound of their sophomore studio album, Autumning

There is a brash density to the production of  269 more words

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Character Development - Character Arcs and Subplots (With a Sprinkle of Romantically Apocalyptic)

It can feel somewhat narrow and constricting, being stuck with only the main character for the entirety of their quest, no matter how amazing and awe-inspiring the journey may have been. 744 more words

Character Development

One More Step #RoW80

Some days it seems like it’s just one more step…either before I fall off a cliff or make it to my goal.

Thankfully this week I have been marching toward my goals and not off a cliff. 477 more words

Writing

Why I Outline, and You Should Too

There are a million and one definitions that would fall under the “outline” category,  but basically all an outline is, is a plan.

A wonderful plan of how your book will play out. 1,242 more words

Writing

Random Thoughts on Writing Romance

Exactly what it says on the tin. :)

Romance plots come in three types:

  • Major plotline (sometimes only plotline)—the conflict generated by this romance, as well as the scene time dedicated to resolving the conflict, makes up a major portion of the book…
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