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Characters and Convertibles

First posted as a guest blogger for The Quotable Literary Magazine.

From time to time, a frustrated writer asks me where inspiration comes from.  I tell them anywhere and everywhere.  498 more words

GUEST POST: WRITING LESSON 5 BY DAVID KUMMER

 Welcome to this lesson of David Kummer’s writing course. That’s me, by the way. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, success stories, or just something fun to say, email me at… 1,546 more words

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The Pen and the Keyboard

Talking to my fellow writers about our craft is always a learning experience. The many different methods, reasons, and styles reveal just how personal and creative the process of writing is. 1,381 more words

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GUEST POST: WRITING LESSON 4 BY DAVID KUMMER

Welcome to this lesson of David Kummer’s writing course. That’s me, by the way. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, success stories, or just something fun to say, email me at… 1,649 more words

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A Gem for Writers: Dan Koboldt and the Science of Fiction

As a writer, I never know what I’ll be researching next. In the course of writing my previous novel, I learned about adoption laws, the Vietnam War (and specifically the phenomenon of children fathered by American soldiers) and dogs, not to mention re-learning the geography of New York City. 297 more words

GUEST POST: WRITING LESSON 3 BY DAVID KUMMER

Welcome to this lesson of David Kummer’s writing course. That’s me, by the way. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, success stories, or just something fun to say, email me at… 1,817 more words

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Best Idea Starter for Stuck Bloggers

Read

By that I mean everything, not just other blogs within your niche. And not just about what’s trending. You’ve already learned about Google Analytics. You know how to monetize your site. 631 more words

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