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A Major success, thanks to you.

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Four tips for Creating Well-rounded Characters

I took a course on Character development found at the following link: https://blog.reedsy.com/learning / Today I want to share with you four tips for creating well-rounded characters, which I have found to be helpful during my character development process. Tip … Continue reading

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Author Talk – Apply These 7 Editing Techniques Before Your Next Query

The post linked here has the link to the episode that inspired mine on scene dumps. Check it out and you’ll see why. via Author Talk – Apply These 7 Editing Techniques Before Your Next Query

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Original Poetry – Only Shells

The following 61 word short story was inspired ty this morning’s episode of the Jen Lowry Writes podcast and the post linked here. When Jen threw out the words “Mermaid Fingernails:, the inner writer in me said: “hmmm! Now what … Continue reading

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Thepremise of your series

Here’s a great post, full of tips to help you determine the premise for your series. The author even links to a previous post about creating a series bible. Please share, like and comment on the original post. I hope … Continue reading

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Welcome to Jen Lowry Writes

Hey y’all, please support my friend Jen as you have supported me over the years. She’s a big part of this author world and her blog is a new place to find author related content in the blogosphere. Pleas like, … Continue reading

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Tips for laying our writing worries to rest

If you’re afraid of writing, because you have either fear of rejection or a whole host of other worries, here’s a post that will help you push past your writing foibles and start writing. Note to readers, there are other … Continue reading

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