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How To Write The Small Scenes

You’ve got your major scenes plotted, and each act is laid out. What about your smaller transitional scenes? These small scenes may seem insignificant at the time but add up over the course of a novel and can become prime … Continue reading

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How To Write A Scene Like A Pro.

You not only have to come up with a great premise, engaging characters, high stakes, and conflict that pushes the protagonist toward his goal, but you must also learn how write a scene that compels readers—and fill your book with them. Continue reading

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How To Structure Your Scenes & Why You’ll Be Happy You Did.

Are you inspired to write a compelling scene? Continue reading

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Let Us Learn Saturday

How many of us have heard about the importance of that first sentence, that first chapter, or the first fifty pages? Well, this is something that should be taken to heart when writing the opening of your story. These firsts … Continue reading

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JACOBS PASS: Chapter 9

  Reaching the final turn on my trail that’s just before the downed maple tree where I plan to take another rest and try some of Walter’s fresh Local 88 I lift my eyes to see something I’ve only seen … Continue reading

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The Novel Begins

Prologue             The splintering bark showered him as the shot exploded into the tree a mere foot from his head. “You can’t hide. I know every corner of this forest, and it will be your burying ground.” Cresting the hill, … Continue reading

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Novel Beginning/Ending Advice

  Some good advice on those pesky, sometimes annoying choices involved in the openings and endings to your story. Write Fearlessly How to Write a Memorable Beginning and Ending by Melissa Tydell An intriguing beginning and a strong ending act … Continue reading

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