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You Have To Choose

Another great post to share from PCW. (Who is currently out of action with a broken elbow, poor thing.  Hope she heals soon.) Here’s a great quote from it: “The most effective writing is often counter-intuitive. In this case, it … Continue reading

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Using your words

(First, a PSA for anyone like me who doesn’t pay attention to what day it is all the time.  Today is April Fool’s Day in the States, which means you should not trust any big news announcements made today.  A … Continue reading

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How much description to use?

I think about this one often.  And I’ll admit right up front that I probably fall on the side of not enough description.  My style of description is something along the lines of “there were mountains and rolling plains and it … Continue reading

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TMI (How much story information is too much?)

It’s an interesting issue to me – how much information should you include in a novel? Do readers really need to understand the whole world to enjoy the story?  And how obvious do you have to be about describing things? … Continue reading

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