Tag Archives: Foresight Publications

Almost to Edit

The latest book keeps expanding. Two more chapters roughed out, but the need for one more has emerged. Homes for the two topics noted in last week’s post have been found. Index to work on, And the rough draft for … Continue reading

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Online Writing Groups- Sometimes Size Matters

In the last post on this topic (Online Writing Groups- Know What You Want) , we talked about figuring out what you want to get out of an online writing group. Next it’s good to think about how big a group … Continue reading

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To the Renaissance Again! Second Weekend! (Time Sensitive)

This weekend, the psychics  of Foresight return to the worlds of swords and sorcery. This is the second of three weekends at the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire from 11:00 – 6:30 (June 17, 18, 25, 26, and July 1and 2) at … Continue reading

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Jane Austen Gets Feedback

…so what if Jane Austen attended a writer’s workshop and got feedback like the rest of us? Well… If Jane Austen Got Feedback From Some Guy In A Writing Workshop Catherine Kane 6/20/17 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures … Continue reading

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Christie, per Hannah (Inspiration)

“Try as I might, Agatha Christie is unique. The actual writing style can’t be exactly the same, so instead of trying to replicate it exactly, the way I got around it was by inventing a new narrator.” Sophie Hannah Catherine … Continue reading

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One More Chapter…

One more chapter to rough out… Two more topics to find a home for in the rough draft already written… Possibly a few more meditation resources for the appendix An index to start And the Rough draft for “Living In … Continue reading

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Motivation To Write- Schedule It

We  acknowledged that our writing had value.Motivation To Write- Value Your Writing We made a commitment to write Motivation To Write- Make a Commitment And now we need to look for and find time when we are going to write, and … Continue reading

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Back To the Renaissance! This weekend! (Time Sensitive)

This weekend, the psychics  of Foresight head back to the worlds of swords and sorcery. We’ll be making our home on three weekends at the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire from 11:00 – 6:30 on June 17, 18, 25, 26, and … Continue reading

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Things Not To Do when Writing Combat

There are things to do when you’re writing combat and there are things not to do. These are the second type Ten hand to hand combat myths writers need to stop using Catherine Kane 6/13/17 For more information on Catherine’s … Continue reading

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Redundant, per Larson (Inspiration)

“I think it starts to feel really redundant when you start to do something the same way over and over again. I don’t think it’s good to become so dependent on a certain writing process.” Brie Larson Catherine Kane 6/12/17 … Continue reading

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