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Clark Chamberlain
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Fiction Vortex's David Mark Brown and Michael C Cluff join Clark Chamberlain to discuss their writing collaboration and what it's like to edit in a storyverse.

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Short stories are an excellent road to traditional publication, but only if you understand how to give the publisher what they want.
On this show we'll give you clear methods to improve your short stories and that you can put to work today.
Join Clark Chamberlain and guest host Leslie Watts as they guide you through the editing waters of the short story.

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If you want to have readers continuing to turn the page they need to have a reason. Raising the stakes in your manuscript will give them that reason. Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley give you clear ways to increase the problems for your characters and plot.
http://www.thebookeditorshow.com/

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Are you looking for a great book to help you edit your manuscript? Want to take the reading world by storm? Then check out this review of Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maass. It may just be the key you've been searching for.
http://www.thebookeditorshow.com/

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Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley discuss how to edit the major Point of View styles: including 1st person, 3rd limited, and 3rd omniscient.
Learn what to keep and what to change in your POV and deliver a smooth reading experience.

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Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley discuss how to edit the major Point of View styles: including 1st person, 3rd limited, and 3rd omniscient.
Learn what to keep and what to change in your POV and deliver a smooth reading experience.

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Every genre brings a unique aspect to editing. Fantasy is no different. From plot types, extensive world building, character arcs, and much more. Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley look at the three elements each fantasy author must pay attention to in their editing process.

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Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley share the three elements that must exist in your thriller novel to make it work.
http://thebookeditorshow.com/
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