Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2014’

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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Story similarity

It’s almost inevitable. You’re writing a story and you suddenly realize that a key element of your world bears a …

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Quality Publishing on a Shoestring Budget

Let’s say you’ve got your story written and you’ve revised it thoroughly— perhaps using one of Holly’s one pass revision …

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Eyes on the world

The dream for most authors is to write stories, publish books, and get their creations into the hands of readers …

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Team Pantser vs. Team Plotter

When it comes to story planning there’s a bit of a division between writers. Writers on Team Plotter will tell …

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Holly’s students publish books

Learning to write can be an adventure. It’s a lot of fun exploring the depths of our own minds to …

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The Deconstruction of Suzee Delight

Every writer knows that it takes a variety of story elements–ranging from characters to conflict, from setting to theme– to …

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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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November is National Novel Writing Month!

  November is National Novel Writing Month! For the last ten years or so, groups of people have been writing …

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