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15 Ways to Get Through Difficult Scenes

Hello again to anyone who may be reading this! I’ve recently been working through some sticky spots, I suppose you could say, in my current novel. 2,134 more words


The Solution to 2016: The Absurd (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Austin Wiggins

Founder & Owner of: Writing by Ender

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Writing Writer and Author of the book  331 more words


People Watching

I enjoy writing characters. I also enjoy watching people so I can make those characters feel like real people. If you’ve never people-watched, try it. Go find a bench in a mall, or sit in a parking lot and watch people enter and exit an establishment. 278 more words


Back Story

This morning while I’m writing I’m in a situation where I need some back story. I hate back story for a couple of reasons: it usually ends up coming out as an information dump, which I try not to use, or I find myself reaching for something that is not there. 628 more words


Writing Tip

More for National Poetry Month

I’m sharing some of my favorite poems in honor of National Poetry Month.  As a former children’s librarian, I read a lot of poetry aimed at children.   265 more words

Writing Tips

10 Bullets on Writing Slowly

  • I believe in writing on a sentence and paragraph level. (I enjoy reading the same way in most cases, and what is a writer but a sponge?)
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