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WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

When Writing For Kids (Kid's Lit)
By connecting with children and recalling your own childhood experiences, you can tap into the stories that make a good read for kids.
By Steve Cross


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Writing Is A Test Of Strength And Strategy
Train your intellectual muscles to dig deeper and work harder in order to achieve the level of writing success you hope to acquire.
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Silent Witness (Excerpt)
"Three more shots: the front door and address, the woman’s car nestled in the shadows of an Acacia tree, the man’s car parked in front of the house... the camera started."
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Machines
You've got your characters and setting and now it's time to bring on pratfall, mishap drama for a laugh.
By James Marck


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Do The Writing And You're Done (Kids Lit)
Understanding your role regarding the illustration of your children's book manuscript will get you closer to publication.
By Alison Tharen


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Casting Compelling Characters: Part II
Change is a good thing. Layer your characters' histories. Acknowledge every detail and understand how it affects your characters. Let them breathe on their own.
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Attack Of The Plant Men
The next step is to populate your book, act, play or sitcom with other characters to make your protagonist’s life funny enough to write about. To wit, allow me to introduce: The Men.
By James Marck


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Casting Compelling Characters: Part I
Most fiction readers are women, and strong characters sell – ergo, strong women characters sell well – but writers shouldn't forget to make heroines interesting.
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Privileged Witness (Excerpt)
"That's it for me. I'm going to let them bundle her before we all get wet. I hate it when it's this hot and it rains. Reminds me of Chicago. I hate Chicago. . ."
By Rebecca Foster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Secret Life Of Plants
He's possessed of a hero's steely resolve, a clear head, a sharp mind and the sinew and grace of a woodland beast — your protog. How to get 'im on the page.
By James Marck





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