Real Life Needs To Happen To Your Characters

Can you imagine what it would be like living in a perfect world? You wouldn't get sick. You wouldn't have to go to school. You wouldn't be forced to work. You would fall in love with the perfect match. You would learn all the things you want to learn. And you would experience a peaceful …

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You Need To Go Beyond The Basics Of Who, What, Where, When, Why, How

Whenever you start writing your story, you know you have to address the basic questions all readers ask when they pick up your novel. Who are the main characters? What events are going to take place? Where does your story take place? When do things happen? Why are these events occuring? How do these things …

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You Should Write What YOU Want To Write

Pinterest is a great site to look for almost any image you want to see. But it is very easy to allow yourself to get lost inside the many images you might find. Yesterday, while I was pulled away from getting any work done, I found a new quote that made me smile.  After I …

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Your Characters Are A Key Factor For Your Novel

The idea for Curse Under The Moon popped into my head way back in middle school. I was still young so the idea was developed through the mindset of a young girl. We're talking high school romance, one true love, happiness, and all the positives I wanted in my own life. I started building my characters right …

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How I’m Overcoming Writer’s Block

My career started with a basic thought: I want to write a novel. Out of nowhere, my basic thought turned into a three book series. It wasn't planned but I'm happy it happened. The few people who spoke to me about my self-published novels seemed pleased with my work and their happiness gave me an overwhelming …

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I’m Going To Call This A “Working-Break”

I have done a lot of studying to build the details for the mystery novel brewing in my mind. I am learning a lot so I can bring an entertaining story to life. I need to know the best way to reveal details about the victim, what makes my killer break, and the life of …

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Pros & Cons To Working At Home

I have been sharing some of my experiences as I take on the new, old, known, and unknown steps to being a self-publishing author working at home. Most days, it's usually pretty simple to get the steps I've thought up for my day completed. Even with the simplicity, there are challenges that limit me from …

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