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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 13 – Great Endings

Great endings are about memorable moments and often a quotable phrase that stirs the imagination. I thought about which book to share the ending which would not give away the story of the book, and I chose The Stormy Love … Continue reading

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 12 – Character Quirks

Quirky means to have unusual behaviors. Many of my characters have quirks that define  them or make them stand out. Probably the quirkiest one I’ve written so far is Vampire King Maximillion Vander Meer in Vampire King of New York. … Continue reading

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 11 – Conferences

    I’m not really pausing in my writing to talk about conferences. Actually late at night, I am often inspired at conferences to write. The energy and excitement gets me writing like a maniac. So this is a different … Continue reading

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Good Bye 2013

What are you reading this week?  I’m reading China Lake by Meg Gardiner. Here’s a little eye candy to end the year. Enjoy! Ah, a man in uniform. As I reflect on 2013 and look forward to the promise of 2014, … Continue reading

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Fiction Fest by Leia Shaw

So I’d liked to talk about an event coming up that I’m very excited for. It’s called Fiction Fest and it’s a writers conference hosted by the wonderful CTRWA (Connecticut Romance Writers of America). The CTRWA is my local writing … Continue reading

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Countdown to RT! by Leia Shaw

You may or may not have heard about a little event called RT Booklovers Convention. It’s a HUGE week-long event for readers and authors — but mostly readers! — that features numerous bestselling authors, workshops on every topic you can … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Writing Classes by Marian Lanouette

  First, Happy Birthday to my nephew Louis, I hope you’re having a wonderful day! Love ya! What I’m reading this week—Frozen Heat by Richard Castle. This week I want to ask you if you’ve taken writing classes or seminar … Continue reading

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