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"Which," "That," & How to Tell the Difference

Whether to use “which” or “that” is something that nearly every English writer struggles with. I know from my own experience writing how frustrating and confusing the dilemma can be.  340 more words

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How to Become an Author: Your Complete Guide...

To read the detailed article by Jerry Jenkins and find out,

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Developing characters in fiction

Hello ducksters! This week in class we looked at character. It’s a HUGE topic. Everyone had loads to say, especially me. I didn’t get through half the material I wanted to cover. 2,031 more words

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Saturday Summation – 13 February 2016

Bits and pieces of things that caught my eye not only for my own interest, but enough to want to share with you, too…

Reading Stuff: 495 more words

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Finding Great Things When You Find Time to Write

I finally feel like I’m coming back into a somewhat calm place. I had no idea that January and February were so busy for me until I had something else I’d rather be doing. 458 more words

An Offensive Guide to Writing Stories

Similes are fun.  But this post isn’t about similes.

My biggest obstacle when it comes to writing is forcing my ass down into the chair to start.   651 more words

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Superpowers

Superpowers are called abilities, or sometimes gifts, in my manuscript and they play a huge role in the story. I find choosing and matching them to a character is quite fun especially when it fits their personality and/or appearance. 479 more words

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