Monthly Archives: July 2010

Finding an Editor

I love writing and enjoy the vastness of trying to put something on paper that I have been turning back and forth in my head. It is the best part about writing because it is just that. Finding an editor has been on my mind for weeks and even months. Continue reading

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Finding the Crux of the Story

I think most every story comes down to a paragraph, page or theme. These few words solidify the story and move it in the direction it needs to go. Continue reading

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Choosing The Style of Writing

Picking and better yet, understanding the style of writing has been one of the harder parts of writing. Choosing a Narrative point of view in either 1st or 3rd person to tell the story can be tricky. Continue reading

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A Storyline Crossroad

My attempts to improve my plot and background have lead me, this week, to a “story line crossroad.” Plots can have twists and turns of the unexpected. But can you have a twist that doesn’t necessarily hurt the overall plot but doesn’t help it either. Continue reading

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