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Masterful writers keep their readers in a constant state of tension. How to get tension on every page? By focusing ...
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For first impressions to occur as quickly on the page as in person, try this basic foundation to help readers ...
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Taking the time to add the skills of creative imagery to your writer's toolbox will help you become a master ...
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writing scenes
Before writing a scene, determine what type of scene it’s going to be. Will it be a narrative scene? High-action ...
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Memoirists have to write their story, the events of their life, from a future perspective. From NOW. Now brings with ...
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Author and editor C. S. Lakin offers guidelines on crafting your Amazon book description to maximize sales ...
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novel concept
Writers flounder trying to figure out how to make their idea compelling enough to sustain a great novel. Here's how ...
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Today's guest post is from author and copyeditor C.S. Lakin. Whether you plan to submit your manuscript to an agent ...
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