Month: December 2017

Writing Suspense by Kathryn Gauci


Writing Suspense by Kathryn Gauci     Writing is a journey of self discovery for an author. I have just completed my third book and now realise that my writing is taking on a strong element of suspense. I didn’t deliberately set out to do this, I just knew I had a good story to […]

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MAKE ME LAUGH  by Kiersten Hall


MAKE ME LAUGH… by Kiersten Hall The Fact: Three or four weeks ago, I was asked to put together a piece on how to write humor. Here’s my advice to you… The Reality: Three or four weeks ago, I was asked to put together a piece on how to write humor. I figured that’ll be […]

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An Awful, Amazing, and Gratifying Privilege by Cynthia A. Graham


AN AWFUL, AMAZING, AND GRATIFYING PRIVILEGE by Cynthia A. Graham   As writers I’m sure you’ve all been told by someone, “Someday I’m going to write a book.” I was once at a writer’s conference where a woman declared she had decided to write a book to pay for her child’s college tuition. It is […]

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Writing the First Draft:  A Battle to the Finish  by  Louis K. Lowy


  Writing the First Draft – A Battle to the Finish   I frequently have conversations with writers who are struggling to finish their pieces. So much so, it inhibits their desire to want to write. My advice to them is, and always will be, get to the end. No matter how sloppy or disconnected […]

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5 TRUTHS/CHALLENGES  YOU MUST CONFRONT TO WRITE FROM YOUR HEART by Ivy Logan


5 TRUTHS/CHALLENGES  YOU MUST CONFRONT TO WRITE FROM YOUR HEART by Ivy Logan Writing is easy. Take a paper, jot down that elusive story that has been floating at the back of your mind and hurrah you are done…. How lovely would it be if that were all it took to write. Writing is an […]

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