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Especially for Writers

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Especially for Writers

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Reader Manipulation, a Lesson from Steven James

Loved this post from a few years back, and decided it needed to resurface . . . Reader manipulation is a writer’s tool for the experienced author, and Steven James illustrates just how experienced he is in his recent release, … Continue reading

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A Lesson in Finesse

Rinee Newburgh and Lori Bridgeport are mind writers, capable of the amazing feat of transferring the mind from a dying body to a young, healthy, blemish-free clone. Then the clone comes to life and goes about its business as if … Continue reading

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Especially for Writers

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Especially for Writers

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Especially for Writers

      Writing–from the sublime ideal to the grudging reality. And still we love it.      

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Especially for Writers

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Outline Effectively

I read two novels┬árecently, one right after the other.┬áBoth were apparently outlined, but only one read seamlessly all the way through. Why? Because the first author seemed to outline only the events to take place in the book. I could … Continue reading

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Especially for Writers

You’ll have to click on the first one to see it better. Everything I do distorts it.

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