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Working With Dialogue

Dialogue. It’s a tricky thing, getting it right, getting it realistic, getting it paced and tagged in just the right way. And yet it can be one of the most powerful elements of writing. It can .
(May 08, 2007)
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5 Tips for Writing a Novel

Visit any library or search engine, and you’ll turn up hundreds (maybe even thousands) of resources that will give your advice on how to write a novel. Some of my favorites include Stephen ..
(March 06, 2007)
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How To Use Commas Without Going Crazy

Type “rules for using commas” into any search engine, and you’ll turn up a multitude of sites. Here are a couple I’ve found that are helpful without going overboard: The ..
(March 13, 2007)
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How To Deal With Rejection Letters

If you’re a writer, and if you dream of someday publishing a short story/novel/article/best-seller that will lead you straight to The Oprah Winfrey show, you’ve probably received a ..
(March 27, 2007)
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How To Make the Most of Writing Contests

Have you ever entered a writing contest? Have you ever placed in the top 3? Or won the whole contest outright? Maybe you’ve thought about entering a contests but been too afraid to try. Or ..
(April 14, 2007)
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The Difference Between Showing and Telling

We hear it time and time again, in all the writing advice books and columns: Show, don’t tell. But sometimes that’s easier said than done, especially for new writers. So how do we ..
(April 07, 2007)
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