Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2014’

Reflections on Revision Progress

  Revising a novel can be a stormy voyage. From the breathless anticipation of setting a course and creating a …

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Thinking through your theme

Knowing who you are as a writer is important. Knowing who you are as a person, and why, is far …

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Action in the Flash Fiction Forums

Do you write flash fiction? or how about… do you want to write flash fiction? There has been a great …

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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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Readers, meet writers

Are you a writer looking for a way to find the readers to whom your stories will matter? Are you …

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Readers vs. Writers

There’s no question that as writers, we will also need to learn how to market our own books effectively. That’s …

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HTRYN: How Do You Know If You’re Doing It Right?

If you’ve never done something, then sometimes it can be difficult to know if you’re doing it right. Revising a …

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Is No Plot A Problem?

One writer in the How to Think Sideways course thought so. This writer first encountered plotting on index cards in …

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Destiny or Puppetry?

Many readers resonate with the idea of Destiny. We like to think that love, heroics, and Great Deeds ™ are …

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Finding New Topics in the Existing Forums

As we’re all eagerly waiting the appearance of the new forums that Holly and her website developer Dan have been …

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