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5 Dramatic Techniques to Transform Your Writing

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
ALLi, the Alliance of Independent Authors, recently published a post on dramatic techniques by Jules Horne, author of Dramatic Techniques for Creative Writers. With a background in scriptwriting, Jules is perfect for explaining how…

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How to Publish with KDP: Part Seven A

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Image courtesy of bigstock.com Hello SErs. Harmony here.  Here is the first part of the seventh installment in the post series dedicated to taking a step-by-step look at how to get your finished manuscript from…

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Check This Out: WordStirs

Originally posted on El Space–The Blog of L. Marie:
With me on the blog today is another of my awesome VCFA classmates, the delightful Laura Byrne, who is here to talk about her news website, WordStirs, which she maintains with…

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Jonah, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl, and I’m excited to be on the air in this time of national crisis. Many of us are sequestered away…

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Kind of a Room Tour (Revival of the Florida and College Decor!)

I don’t do many pictures of my room because it’s fairly dull.  Large rack of DVDs, TV on a dresser, nightstand, bed, large bookcase that was never given a coat of finish, hat rack, exercise bike, smaller bookcase, and desk.  … Continue reading

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What Happened to Latin After the Fall of Rome?

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Readers of this blog will be aware of my fascination with all things linguistic. So, I just had to share Susanna Viljanen’s and Dan Toler’s answers on Quora on what happened to Latin once…

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7 Tips to Working with a Serpentine Idea

Look, many of us can’t say that our original plans go off without a hitch once the pen meets the paper.  Even outlines change as you move along, so there’s a very organic undercurrent to writing in general.  Maybe it … Continue reading

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