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WRITER'S LIFE December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Remember The Reader
Be aware of the rhythm and pace of your writing. Create a balanced combination of narration, dialogue, and environmental detail.
By Bev Walton-Porter


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Part I: Researching Nonfiction
Research is a significant part of any writing project. The nonfiction book demands research of large proportions. In Part I, Carol Adrienne, Ph.D. gives us a glimpse into how she pulls together the web of research that meshes into a book.
By Carol Adrienne, Ph.D.


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Lingua Scriptus
Convey accuracy of expression with universal metaphors, engaging the audience in seemingly unfamiliar worlds with what is universally familiar to all humans.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Writing Poems
Writing a poem can seem like a real challenge. How do you even begin? Start with a story and focus the images to build a your poem.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Making It Real
Joyce Faulkner gives us a tour of three I's that can add reality to your fiction. Pull these elements from the original sources of your research and use them to infuse your fiction with real life.
By Joyce Faulkner


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Rediscover Your Passion
Sometimes you just need a change of heart, a change of space, and a reminder of what you were signing up for at the start. Reconnect with your passion.
By Kimberly Dawn Wells


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Part II: The Script's Key Plot Points
In Part II of this two-part series, J.R. Kambak helps you deliver a solidly portrayed resolve, driving home the heart of the issue at stake.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

The Mind Of A Poet
The inexplicable clarity of the poet's senses and mind are explored. The art of painting pictures and drawing out succinct emotion with words these are the poetic talents.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Out Of Order
When an idea comes and your creative juices start flowing there's no better way to kill your desire than starting at the beginning, so take a look at an alternative outline.
By Kimberly Dawn Wells


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Pet Prose
Let your affection for your furry companion be the source for new writing opportunities. Lori Myers and Willy show you how.
By Lori Myers





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