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How to flesh out a setting?

Don’t do the five-senses-role-call. EG, the “character enters the room and mentally describes the taste of the air” kind of approach. There’s a lot of “top ten writing advices” articles out there suggesti...

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How to tell a Genre Story

(~7 Minute Read) We want our story to be gripping. We want it to stay in our reader’s minds. We want to entertain, we want to challenge, we want to fire our reader’s passion so that they’ll read our next story. But writing...

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Hello All! New here and to book writing, have a question..

I’m a professional truck driver and I have an active blog in which I post articles here and there. I took an interest in writing a few years back and purchased a program a few years back, but never followed through with it.I have fina...

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Developing Military Characters in Realistic Fiction

(~8 Minute Read) Writers, whether for scripts or other fiction, make a lot of mistakes with depicting military members. Sometimes to the point that it gets so obnoxiously cliché or romanticized that it is hard to watch or read. We’ve all...

Fridays With Dale: Pea Patch Peer Pressure

  Pea Patch Peer Pressure By Dale Angel   I pick up the basket and sit it up on my shoulder and place my hand under the bottom. It topples off. Why am I standing in an auction barn trying to balance a pea hamper? As a child of the Depress...

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Paragraphs and pacing

Let’s start with a definition: A paragraph begins at a new line. It is a group of related sentences that describe a central idea and a grammatical unit. Is that helpful? No? You’re not alone. Don’t know where to set the br...

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Hello everyone love the site

Over the past couple weeks I’ve read several articles on this site and enjoyed it greatly. It’s an amazing and thank you for providing such a place. Other than enhancing my writing techniques, I’ve been wanting to learn ab...

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Homer Potvin said: ↑ Not answering for Moose, but from what I hear most of the trad published authors need a day job to pay the bills. Click to expand… Indeed – i bumped into Graham Hurley a while back (just before the pandemi...

Stop the Christmas Movie Marathon: Why You Should Start Hunting for That Summer Job Now

Ah, Christmas Break—time to sit back, relax and…start hunting for a summer job? Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in 2014. Some of the stats may be a little out of date but the sentiment remains, it’s never to ear...

Fridays With Dale: How to Make the Corporate Black List

Today’s story from Dale is a sequel to an earlier piece, Revenge Cup, which posted last July 24. Click on the link if you would like to reread that story. How to Make the Corporate Black List By Dale Angel   It’s such a big organiz...

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