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WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Rolla-Costa
Follow this advice and take your readers on an unforgettable adventure filled with thrills and spills.
By Joyce Faulkner


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Easy Readers
The manuscript of an easy reader requires a specific format. These books are directed at a very narrow group if readers those just beginning to read.
By Marjorie Allen


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Write Angle
What kind of a writing day are you having? You have a lot of choices if you take the half-full angle. So give your point of view the write angle.
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Writing Piffle
During another time, this author looked for inspiration in a daily routine of brown ale or wine, naps, herbal cigarettes, and baths. Nowadays, inspiration comes from other sources, but the drivel may be the same.
By Chris Chapman


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Temptation
Finding it hard to get yourself to actually write something? You had it in mind, but then there was that thing you just had to attend to at once. Chris Chapman can relate.
By Chris Chapman


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
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
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
Fiction

Reality Suspension
Take your reader deep into another world through your words. Engage emotions and physical sensations to capture your audience.
By Rowdy Rhodes


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Devilish Details
Details can be used to define settings, support plot, develop character, provide background, engage the senses, and establish relationships.
By Joyce Faulkner


 
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