Category Archive for: ‘Writing Discussion’

Genre Swapping

It has been said that a certain, well-loved sci-fi franchise is really nothing more than a western in space. One …

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Changing trajectory

If you’re aiming for Mars, and the trajectory is off by even a tiny margin, you might miss your target …

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Frightening Franken-Novels

So, I was writing this story, see? And I really liked the main character. But she needed to discover a …

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Who are you?

What do you like? What do you read? Why do you write? These are important questions that we must all …

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Once Upon A Time …

Once upon a time, there was an active and supportive forum for an amazing writing class called How To Think Sideways. …

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What’s in a name?

The decision of whether to use a pen name when you publish is an important one for any writer. Especially …

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Building A Bridge: From Story To E-book

Shhhh … Hear that? That’s the sound of writers clicking away at their keyboards, working through modules of the How …

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Old or new: getting unstuck

As writers, many of us are creating new ideas and potential story scenarios on an almost daily basis. In fact, …

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Knowing your audience

I wish all we had to do was write a story. But the truth is we need to know so …

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When the story changes

It’s a common problem. A writer starts writing. She likes the idea for the story, the characters, the setting… but …

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