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To Prologue Or Not To Prologue? That Is The Question.

To me, prologues in novels usually exist to provide a complicated backstory that may or may not be immediately relevant to the main storyline. Continue reading

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Writers Block Tip #2

If you find yourself locked up in your brain pour a shot of–insert favorite liquor–and let it massage your mind. Careful though, too many and you won’t care about writing at all😜

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Prologue vs Preface

I was wondering the other day exactly what the difference between a Prologue and a Preface was. I thought they were basically regional terms for the same concept; as in a Ketchup/Catsup, Tomato,Tamaughto type deal. Yet, once again I was completely wrong. … Continue reading

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