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7 Tips to Writing Battles: Let The Owies Begin!

One thing that Quest of the Brokenhearted did is push my limits on writing fight scenes.  Many people thinking writing an action scene is easy because you just have to put in ‘fighting stuff’.  This includes punches, kicks, soliloquies, gloating, guns, … Continue reading

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Turn the Wild Dial Up to 20

Quest of the Brokenhearted has a lot of battles because a major plot point is the Lacarsis tournament.  This means I had to make the action scenes a central focus of at least one scene per non-opener/closure chapter.  I couldn’t … Continue reading

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So . . . Nothing’s Changed?

I’m at 24 hours being published and the excited has come down to me realizing that not much has changed.  The same distractions are around and the same stress is here.  I’ve done all I can think of to promote … Continue reading

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Bouncing Around the Weekend

Have any other writers hit a point in a project where they really want to write the next scene/chapter, but they have too much going on over the weekend to get to it?  I’m there now.

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