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The Classifieds (Games Writers Play)

Every story has a goal. That’s what makes it a story. If you write a story where nothing happens and the characters don’t do anything, there’s not really a story there Many stories have MacGuffins/McGuffins. Per our friends at the … Continue reading

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Publishing and Sexism

Evidently, there are still certain areas in publishing where men are taken more seriously than women. For a startling experiment, click the link. Sexism in publishing: ‘My novel wasn’t the problem, it was me, Catherine’ Catherine Kane 3/23/17 For more … Continue reading

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Out of Order (Writing Quick Tip)

Having problems writing? Finding yourself stuck on a particular section? Then think about writing your article or book out of order. If you have a beginning, end and route to get from one to the other in mind, you may … Continue reading

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Position is Everything- Remember to Stretch

awhile back, I did a series of post on ergonomics for writers- about how the position you write in can hurt you or help you. And there’s another thing related to that which can save your body when you write … Continue reading

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Procrastinating, per Bloom (Inspiration)

“My writing process, such as it is, consists of a lot of noodling, procrastinating, dawdling, and avoiding. “ Amy Bloom Catherine Kane 3/20/17 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as … Continue reading

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Computer Down Again…

Computer locked up this afternoon. Opened up and ran fine all morning but when I got home after work, it had locked up and the password to get in was no longer accurate I can modify it by going to … Continue reading

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Add Color to Your Writing

Here’s a reference to a rainbow of  different colors you can use when you write Name Every Shade of the Rainbow With This ”Color Thesaurus” Catherine Kane 3/16/17 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath … Continue reading

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Words Have Power

Throughout history, people have always known that words have power, and recent events have shown us even more clearly that this is the case. Words have the power to clarify the power to obscure the power to inspire the power … Continue reading

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When the Computer Goes Down…

The plan was to get a lot of writing done this weekend. Blog posts. More chapters on the book. Outlines and ideas for future projects. but then my computer went down… AAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! whew and that’s when the scary questions arose … Continue reading

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Writing, per Fisher (Inspiration)

“I always wrote. I wrote from when I was 12. That was therapeutic for me in those days. I wrote things to get them out of feeling them, and onto paper. So writing in a way saved me, kept me … Continue reading

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