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Month: March 2016

Urban Fantasy Writing Prompt 1

On Wednesdays, I will be bringing you writing prompts from different genres: romance, mystery, fantasy, urban fantasy, paranormal romance, etc. Change anything you like, but get to writing. Even if it doesn’t develop into a full story or novel, save it because you never know when you might use something…

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Mystery Writing Prompt 1

On Wednesdays, I will be bringing you writing prompts from different genres: romance, mystery, fantasy, urban fantasy, paranormal romance, etc. Change anything you like, but get to writing. Even if it doesn’t develop into a full story or novel, save it because you never know when you might use something…

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Book Review: Outlining Your Novel by K. M. Weiland

Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success K. M. Weiland PenForASword Publishing, 2011 187 pages. Available in paperback, Kindle, and Audible formats. Category: Nonfiction, Writing Reference Over the last year or so, K. M. Weiland has become one of my favorite resources for writing advice and information, and it…

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Taking Risks in Your Writing: “Really Going There”—Writer Unboxed

Today’s reblog comes from Annie Neugebauer at Writer Unboxed. In this post, she explores how “really going there” allows us as writers to get the most out of our writing by taking risks and “letting it all hang out.” Because I am also an editor, this is hard for me…

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