All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘lessons learned’

Offensive Writing

Sometimes characters in stories say, do, or believe things that would be offensive if they happened in real life. Sometimes …

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Pirates!

Every author wants people to read their work. That’s a given. But what if people are reading your work, but …

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Feeding back

Maybe you’re looking for help on a sticky story line. Maybe you’re looking for a pat on the back from …

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Celebrate success

We love to hear your stories. Not just your fiction, although we love that too. I’m talking about how people have …

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Breaking “Safe” and “Perfect”

It’s rare to find writers who have never struggled with writer’s block. It’s possibly the most common malady of the …

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Not Exactly A Chicken-or-Egg Question

Hi everyone! There’s a great discussion going on in the How to Write a Series Class forum right now. The …

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Unexpected Changes

We all do it from time to time. We make assumptions about what we think we know, what we think …

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The Ghosts of Christmas

In all the excitement about creating resolutions for the new year, it is sometimes easy to overlook the accomplishments and …

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