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Writing flash fiction - Part 2 - Guest post by Geoff Le Pard...

Previously I talked about the benefits of writing flash fiction; today I’d like to focus on some of the mechanics.

Precision Drafting – focus on the story… 702 more words

Writing Tips

Free Content Outline/Revision Worksheet!

There are a lot of revision checklists and guides out there. Just typing the words into a search engine will yield plenty of people with opinions about what you should and shouldn’t cut–and there are a ton of variables. 412 more words

Write Inside Out

Time for Camp NaNoWriMo!

Hello friends!

As promised I’m back again this week with my official Camp NaNoWriMo announcement post in which I will share my personal goals for the month-long event and some tips for my fellow busy bees who are crazy enough to want to join me on this journey. 741 more words

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Living The Write Life : Tips on making the most of your writing skills (Write It Right Book 3) by Traci Sanders

As an “indie writer” I am always looking for advice on writing. This book by Traci Sanders answered questions most other books don’t even touch on. 193 more words

Book Review

Genre Writing for Publication

When it comes to publishing any writing project, it is important to understand who is going to be reading your work. Are you writing for yourself? 509 more words

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Mystery Fest Key West Reminder

Just a friendly reminder that if you are attending Mystery Fest Key West this year, and you need to share the hotel room expense, email me at BDors52@yahoo.com with the subject line: Need A Roommate for the Conference, and I will attempt to pair you with another attendee. 30 more words

Mystery Writing

Naming Characters

Welcome back, Arrowheads! Every author has different methods for naming their characters. Some prefer classic, safe names (Nicholas Sparks, for example), while others prefer unique and rarely used names (Sarah Dessen is an excellent example of this). 502 more words

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