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Writing Exercise: Describe One Thing Ten Ways

Published March 4, 2014 in Writing Exercises - 2 Comments

Over at terribleminds.com, Chuck Wendig has put us writers to the challenge once again. Pick a noun, and describe it ten ways. My subject: Revision 1. The process of tearing a story to pieces in order to make a better story. 2. If revision stood on two feet, I’d kick revision in the balls. 3. […]

Editing A Story and Book Covers

Now that I have a number of short stories completed, I find myself now an editor. More so then if I were to send the stories to magazines for consideration. As a self publisher you need to be the final gate before the press. It is recommended by many on the web that I should […]

Dialogue As Its Meant To Be Read

Published November 22, 2009 in Help For Writers - 0 Comments

Have you ever put down a book because you couldn’t stand having to reread over and over again. I find that the most parts I have to reread are the dialog lines. It is vitally important to let your reader know what is happening to your characters as it is happening. Reading: “You think so,” […]