Daily Archives: May 24, 2018

Of Love and Memories

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
I wish there were more moments to recall, the ones that show us naked and afraid. Instead, I recall our time together as projections of idealized portraits, retouched and photo-shopped by minds unable to bear the sharp edges and…

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You’ve Got Forensic Evidence That Never Lies*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
A recent interesting post from Rebecca Bradley has got me thinking about how important it is to handle a police investigation as carefully as possible. Bradley, a retired police officer, has been…

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To trope or not to trope…when writing become a cliché! #writing #amwriting

Originally posted on G.L. Cromarty:
Today I want to talk about tropes. When to use them, when not to use them, and the vast gray quagmire that exists between. What is a literary trope? In the literary sense, a…

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How To Use Red Herrings To Your Advantage [Mystery Month]

Originally posted on Rachel Poli:
Red herrings are fake clues that are left around – either by accident or on purpose – to through an investigator off the trail when solving a crime. They’re a lot of fun to throw…

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60 Great Writing Conferences in June 2018 – The Publishing…and Other Forms of Insanity Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Pixabay June is bustin’ out all over for writers. There are no fewer than 60 writing conferences this month, stretching from coast to coast, and covering every aspect of writing and publishing. Want to…

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How to Write Effectively While You Are Traveling

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by Cal Bailey. Cal runs MountainLeon.com – a travel blog he started after two years of backpacking around the world. If you want to learn more about life on…

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