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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 8 – Material Objects of Importance

In looking back at what I wrote last week, I realized it isn’t “items of importance” but instead “material objects of importance.” Many great books have objects that move the story. It can aid people or destroy them or both, … Continue reading

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 7 – Settings Are More Than A Place

When writing your novel, you will want to really examine your setting. Some writers make the mistake of info dumping, which gives too much about the setting in one spot in the book. The more experienced author sets the stage … Continue reading

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 6 – Real Dialogue

I studied playwriting, and I recommend it to every author. Writing a play frees the author from trying to find a way to attribute who say what, because it’s automatically part of a play’s structure. It allows the author to … Continue reading

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 5 – Climaxes and How They Happen!

The climax of a fiction novel is where all the troubles, all the efforts come to a single point of confrontation. The hero, heroine, or both working together must make a life changing decision. In my book Vampire King of … Continue reading

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Calling the Costume Experts Regarding “The Hat”! Opinions requested!

  I am still an Undecided in the quest for the perfect Halloween costume. Last year I was a vampire. This year I toyed with the idea of being Louise from “Bob’s Burgers.” I love the pink bunny ears. But … Continue reading

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Twitter Pitching For Authors by Stacy Hoff

Lately I’ve been running some workshops for my writers’ groups, speaking about effective Twitter use for authors. My classes have ranged from the basics to more advanced. The most helpful news to my audience, however, has been about Twitter pitch … Continue reading

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Sexy and Strong Saturday Blog Hop & Excerpt from The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais

Before everyone knew about King Max, I wrote the story of one of his sons in a novel called The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais. Max has six sons and one daughter. This book features how David Hilliard meets … Continue reading

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