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Katherine Lowry Logan
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Marathoner & Romance Author
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GET BACK TO THE STORY: TIPS FOR INCLUDING BACKSTORY IN YOUR WRITING By:
Belinda Williams If
you’ve been writing (or reading) for any length of time, chances are you’ll
have come across the term  ‘backstory.’ If
you’re new to the term, basically it means  ‘a...

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BEGIN YOUR NOVEL WITH ACTION: A GOOD RULE? By:
Jeff Gerke You’ve
probably heard the adage that you must begin your novel with action—even
if it’s not the main action of the book. While this rule is fairly
well-accepted in fiction teaching circles, not every...

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I IS FOR INTERNAL CONFLICT By:
Heather Jackson A
couple letters ago, I talked about External Conflict – all those forces in the
universe that are bumping up against the protagonist. Now we’ll discuss
Internal Conflict – the sometimes black hole of doubt wi...

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PINCH
POINTS IN FICTION WRITING By:
Sue Coletta A
few people have recently asked me what Pinch Points are, which made me wonder
if others are struggling with what they are and how to use them. After a quick
Google search I realized there isn’t really much w...

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SHARING WITHOUT READING—HOW AUTHORS CAN FIND READERS FOR THEIR ONLINE COTENT By:
Cate Baum We’re
faced with a huge social pressure of being ‘engaged online’ to sell our books
as self-publishers, but is our carefully-crafted content being absorbed? As
author...

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WHEN TO STOP EDITING By:
Briana Mae Morgan Ah,
the red pen—a staple of exemplary writing. Fiction
writers, nonfiction writers, and poets alike utilize red pens to edit their
work. If you don’t use a red pen, you’re certainly familiar with the backspace
key,...

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THE ART OF
THE BOOK BLURB By:
Laurie Schnebly Campbell What
makes people talk about your book before they’ve ever read Page 1? Well,
maybe they remember you from high school and can’t wait to see if they’re
featured on page 28. Or
maybe they heard the publi...

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3 ACT STRUCTURE: HOW BUILDING A FRAMEWORK HELPS ORGANIZE A STORY By:
Jody Hedlund, @JodyHedlund I
received an email from a blog reader, Anna, asking for help with figuring out
the framework of her story. She was struggling with how to handle diary entries
(...

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Flying on a B-17 World War II Bomber
My
living history flight experience on board a B-17 was extraordinary. It was
never an item on my bucket list, but sometimes adventures come along that are
life changing. This was one of them. I would do it again in a heartbeat.  There
is nothing comfortabl...

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WHAT BOOK CLUBS ARE TEACHING ME ABOUT WRITING By:
Am Impellizzeri I’ll
let you in on a little secret. I
always wanted to be in a Book Club. I
couldn’t articulate why because from the outside I couldn’t be sure exactly
what occurred there – food, wine, maybe...
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