Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: writing craft
Chapter One, Scene One
Ran out of time to be original, so I reprinted this post from June, 2012. It’s still good, still relevant, and serves the function of hiding my lack of organizational skills. 😉 The seed of an idea has taken root … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged novel writing, opening scenes, Writing, writing craft, Writing Tips 7 Comments
Writer off the Leash, by Michelle Griep
What a fun book. Yes, it’s an instruction manual, but Writer off the Leash is chock full of humor. Michelle tells the realities of this business with a big dose of “suck it up, buttercup” tinged with compassion. Some of my favorite … Continue reading
Posted in Writing How-To Books Tagged fiction writing, Michelle Griep, publishing, Writer off the Leash, writing craft 8 Comments
What is “IT”?
In my post Monday, I mentioned a book that didn’t have what it takes to draw me into the story. Something was missing. Something wasn’t quite right. So, what is “it”? What is that one thing found in the opening … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged Writing, writing craft, writing fiction, Writing Tips 10 Comments