Category Archives: great fiction

Wow Factor: Dreams & Goals for the Long Haul

A writer I much admire, Dean Wesley Smith, wrote an inspirational blog recently about dreams and goals (you can read it here), and it got me thinking. He just finished a year of writing (and publishing as part of his … Continue reading

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POV Reset

So I’m 50 pages into the GLAMOUR manuscript, and find it’s not workin’ for me.   I’m not catching the rhythm of the protagonist; it feels like he’s a chess piece being moved around from scene to scene.  His conversations should … Continue reading

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