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COLUMNS December, 2012

IN Her Own Write

Naming Fictional Characters
In Her Own WriteAt a loss for names? Anne Allen gives us eight important guidelines to follow when creating meaningful and interesting character names.
By Anne R. Allen


Part I: It's A Fact
Bitter QuillIt's important to get the facts straight and the details accurate. Jennifer Edelson shows us how this standard should apply to all genres.
By Jennifer Edelson

Pen IN Hand

Creating Great Titles
Pen In HandTake your titles from working to selling with these guidelines from a pro. Few of hers get changed. She must be doing something right.
By Peggy Bechko

Write On!

What Is With This E-book Thing?
Write OnAfter you write it, you need to get it out there so people can read it. But you want to be paid for it. How about an e-book?
By Ken Robinson


Revenge With A Pen!
INstructionIf the pen is mightier than the sword, use it to strike your revenge when creating mean and evil characters.
By Helen Dunn Frame

IN Her Own Write

Update Your Scam Protection For 2007
In Her Own WriteThey are waiting for you with their sticking fingers at the ready. Don't be fooled by the gingerbread house. Inside is a witch who will fatten you up for her dinner.
By Anne R. Allen


The Movement Of Time
Bitter QuillOn her adventures this year, Jennifer Edelson discovered something she hopes to hang on to for a long time to come. Here she gives us a map and a tenuous plan.
By Jennifer Edelson

Pen IN Hand

Listings Of Success
Pen In HandA good resolution for this year is to organize your writing track record. A running list and a simple filing system create an easy and reliable resource for future promotion.
By Peggy Bechko

Write On!

A Tale Of Two Lives
Write OnWhatever you must do to makes ends meet, pay the rent, and keep the family happy, use it to work for you in your writing. Integrating the necessary into your dream life is a skill that every writer needs to have.
By Ken Robinson


Your Writing Paradise
INstructionNo matter what your situation, you must be your biggest supporter. Institute rules, routines, and space so you can be in a writing paradise.
By Helen Dunn Frame

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