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Tina Radcliffe
"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." -Neale Donald Walsch
"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." -Neale Donald Walsch
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Romance Matters: To the Reader and the Writer
Janet here. Whether you're a writer or a reader I thought it would be fun to revisit a topic I examined a while back and discuss the importance of romance novels. When new acquaintances learn I’m a writer, they often assume I pen children’s books, perhaps b...

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Strong Inciting Incidents Generate Strong Stories
Janet here. In my January post, I talked about the importance of strong inciting incidents to hook the reader. For those who might have missed that post, I’ll repeat the definition of an inciting incident. An inciting incident is an event or situation in th...

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Best of the Archives: "Grab Your Hard Hats! We're Building in Seekerville!"
Originally there was a picture of Mike Rowe here, RIGHT HERE... but then I got worried that Mike might find the picture and sue us and then all of these years of hard work are for naught!!!! because Ruthy used a Mike Rowe picture. (Big Sigh Here.) If I had ...

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What Makes a Story Great?
“It isn’t a story until something goes wrong.” Wow, that’s a one-line course in writing a novel that will hold the attention of the reader. But surely there’s more to it than that. After I read those words about what makes a story, I started thinking about ...

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Where Writers Write: A Virtual Tour
Happy Valentine’s Day, Seekerville! Myra here, your virtual tour guide. Thanks to everyone who submitted photos of your writing spaces! We received such a great response, in fact, that I decided to devote this entire post to the Seekervillagers who particip...

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The Weekend Edition
Welcome to the Weekend Edition! "Look How Far We've Come!" If you are not familiar with our giveaway rules,  take a minute to read them here.   It keeps us all happy! All winners should send their name, address, and  phone number  to claim prizes. Send to  ...
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