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Your audience won’t remember the chapter where your hero took a breather. What’s memorable are the forces of antagonism, and ...
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There’s nothing wrong with using multiple narrators in a first-person story, but it requires some serious background work ...
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/ Guest Post, Writing Advice
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Author Ken Brosky discusses his Kindle Scout book deal and his and Amazon's marketing plans for The Proving ...
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Ken Brosky
Today's guest post is by Ken Brosky. I asked him to share his experience because many authors have made the ...
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