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Victoria Fry
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How to Develop Your Writing Voice
"Look, talent comes everywhere, but having something to say and a way to say it so that people listen to it, that's a whole other bag. And unless you get out and you try to do it, you'll never know. That's just the truth." Jackson Maine, A Star is Born A wr...
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How to Create Detail Clusters
Have you ever looked back on a scene you’ve written and wondered why it feels a bit ... generic? You’ve developed amazing characters. You’ve crafted a fascinating plot. It flows, but something is missing. The missing ingredient might just be detail . Let’...
How to Create Detail Clusters
How to Create Detail Clusters
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How to Nurture the Heart of a Story
As writers, we’re not just writing monologues about the joy of a perfect pie crust. We’re also trying to convey abstract concepts - like love and hope and despair - to our readers, so they can truly understand the heart of the story and feel its truth. Wha...
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How to Unlock the Potential of Transportation in Fiction
“Money may not buy happiness, but I'd rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.” Françoise Sagan It’s funny to think that something as pedestrian as a character’s preferred mode of transportation could offer any inspiration or insight. Does it really matter if...
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The Art of Transmogrifying Character Notes
It’s no secret that character development is one of my all-time favourite parts of writing a novel. I’m also all too aware of the creative paralysis that takes over when you look at all your notes and think, “What the heck do I do with this? Does this cha...
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The Magical Mayhem of Rough Drafts
During the very first of the Tea Party Chronicles , we talked about the magical mayhem of working on the rough draft of a story. Everyone was full of helpful advice, and I was delighted to share some of the things that have been working for me, too. Some ...
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How to Use a Writing Life Wheel
While there’s merit to the “sit your butt down in the chair and WRITE!” sentiment, I’m a firm believer in crafting a life that’s supportive of your creativity.  How to go about that, though, especially when it feels like virtually everything needs work ... ...
How to Use a Writing Life Wheel
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Discovering the World's Best Writing Guide
Something that's been niggling at me quite often of late is the plethora of writing advice available to us, both online and off, and the quagmire of emotions surrounding that advice.  My latest Letter from the Burrow dove into this muddle headfirst, and I w...
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The Writing Secrets Hidden Within Mass Effect
One of my favourite science fiction stories of all time is not a book or a movie or a TV show. It’s a video game trilogy by the name of Mass Effect . This is a series that’s incredibly fun to play not just because of the game mechanics, but because the ch...
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How to Add Characters to Your Writing Bullet Journal
Bullet journalling can be both a tantalizing and an overwhelming prospect. You might love the idea of using it to store notes on your characters but have nary a clue where to begin. Today we're going to break down the collections I use in my own bullet jo...
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