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Inconjunction Recap

NOTE: due to preparations for last week’s all encompassing Blog Tour, this post-con report is two weeks late. Rarely have I been so excited about a convention, and I know I’ve never put in as much pre-planning into an event … Continue reading

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Writing Tips Continued: Changing your Point of View

Point of View, part 3 In Point of View Part 2, I touched upon the magic of writing your stories from a point of view character and how this can make your stories come to life. (If you don’t remember, … Continue reading

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Writing Tips Continued: Person or persons defined

After a too-long break, I’m finally continuing on with my writing tips series of articles. Specifically, it’s time to continue with the point of view discussion. First of all, if you don’t know this series (and you might not, as … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be–with apologies to Hamlet

The first of a new series on prose fiction do’s and don’ts for new writers. The passive verb, the state of being, that is, those words your grammar teacher taught you: am, is, are, was, were, have, has, had–and for … Continue reading

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