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WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Rejection Reality
Don't let rejection get in your way. Rebecca Forster helps us navigate the different types of rejection and see the opportunities for discovery. 
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Planning The Chase Scene
A well-crafted chase scene can be just the thing to jazz up your fiction. Take the time to plan it out and nail down the details to make it effective.
By Joyce Faulkner


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Using Violence IN Fiction
To use violence effectively, first consider the reaction you want to evoke from your readers.
By Joyce Faulkner


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Laughing All The Way
It's a winding road that Steve Cross has taken becoming a children's author.
By Steve Cross


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Write Right, Y'all
If you've ever wanted to write redneck humour but didn't know how, you're in luck.
By Gary L. Benton


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Bubba's Dawg Might Be A Redneck (Excerpt)
"If it makes your frog hop, lady, get the manager, get the assistant manager, or get the owner."
By Gary L. Benton


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Cross-Crafting For Development And Profit
Judy Adourian explains how cross-crafting can not only pump up your marketability, but also enhance your novels and short stories.
By Judy L. Adourian


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Funny Is As Funny Does
Humour comes from the dark areas of the soul, but studying the masters shows comedy writers some light at the end of the funnel.
By Daryl Jung


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

What's IN A Name?
When assigning a fictional name, a meaningful moniker aligned with the character's persona delivers great impact.
By Helen Dunn Frame


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Humour Techniques For Keynote Speeches
For successful delivery of corporate humour, understand your audience, test in the middle, target appropriately, self-efface, and gauge intimacy.
By Peter Fogel





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