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AuThursday-Susan Behon

Please welcome my fellow LSB author Susan Behon.  Susan welcome to the Clog Blog, how long have you been writing?

I started writing bad poetry in high school and moved on to fan fiction when I was in my twenties. 564 more words


Some Writer-to-Writer Advice

Let me be clear; I love the Red Pen of Destruction.  I love getting it used on my books.  I liberally use it on other books when it is necessary. 1,537 more words

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Writer resources to get you set for our events!

Scot Lit Fest has two great events to give writers an added insight into the industry, and to ask those working in it. Our Lit Mag Forum… 398 more words


Chapter 1.1: Plot(ting)

It’s commonly known that every writer’s job is to create and flesh out interesting stories, complete with heart-warming characters and gripping , suspenseful scenes. Most of the time it’s not easy to do that without creating a detailed outline of the characters, their quirks and habits, their mannerisms and preferences. 587 more words

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AuThursday - Cammie Eicher

Please welcome back my fellow Resplendence Author, Cammie Eicher.  Cammie, do you ever suffer from writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it? 476 more words


AuThursday- Livia Quinn

Please welcome Romance Author Livia Quinn to The Clog Blog.  Livia, with so many books published, how do you make time to write?

That’s a great question. 1,252 more words

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Avoiding blind spots

All writers have blind spots with their writing. The idea is to identify them and start avoiding falling into the trap.

So, what do I mean by blind spot? 680 more words