Daily Archives: January 25, 2018

5 Ways To Show Character Development

Rachel Poli Telling you how to show character development in your novel is like me telling you how to write a book. It’s obvious, but it’s not. It’s easier said than done, yet you do it without realizing it. It’s … Continue reading

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Killing Your Darlings

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Originally posted on Secret Diary Of PorterGirl:
Every writer will have to face this dilemma at some stage. No, not the violent dispatch of spouses or family (I’ll cover that next week, for those that are interested) but that heart-wrenching…

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Writing: Flashbacks

Originally posted on The Uncensored Writer:
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The 9 Most Common Mistakes I See on Opening Pages

Originally posted on Annie Bomke Literary Agency:
A while ago when I solicited advice on what topics to cover in my blogs, someone asked me to cover common mistakes I see authors making in their first pages, so here is…

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Writing Quotes — Jack London

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Publishing Tip — 1

Many of us write, keeping in mind that we want to eventually publish our work. However, too many new authors jump into the publishing game without looking before they leap. While you are still working on your masterpiece, take time … Continue reading

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