How to Write: Endings

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How to Write: Endings

How to Write: Endings

Our How to Write series is coming to an end. It’s been a fun month-long venture. I hope you have gained a little insight during it. If you haven’t checked out all the posts for this series, you can do so here : CLICK HERE This last post I wanted to talk briefly about endings. And yes, they are very important. Sometimes endings will bring a reader into the next book, give them the ultimate satisfied feeling, or leave them wanting more more more. Either way, endings can win a reader’s heart and as we all know, once won, you

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How to Write: Refusal of the Call

How to Write: Refusal of the Call

Hey there How to Write fans! I hope you are getting down some good stuff. Have you had a chance to read the first three chapters of our blog book? I haven’t gotten any entries for the contest. If you guys don’t help me title it and take this $10 Amazon gift card, I will have to do it all myself. You know you don’t want that! I am going to let the contest go through the end of the month. In fact, the How to Write series is going to end at the end of the month as well.

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How to Write Series : How to make a plot board

How to Write Series : How to make a plot board

How to Write series continues!! Welcome to the first instructional video ever created by yours truly for the purpose of aiding writers. It turned out to be the funniest thing I have ever seen once completed. I could have edited out the parts that probably should have been edited out, but honestly? They just added to the silliness. So if you are in need of a good laugh today, this is the place to be. How to Write series presents “How to Make a Plot Board” and in this video we learn: What tools to use How to draw lines

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How to Write: Idea Development

  Okay, so as most of you are now aware, I am planning on doing a fantastic series this July (and likely over several months!) on How to Write. It’s been asked, how to write…what? Well, I am a fiction novelist, so that is the bulk of it. But really, you can use the same tools to write anything. I want to begin this series with an examination of the ultimate beginning. Yes, ideas. Before July, you my dear fan and follower must pull out the old idea notebook and pick one. Yeah, me too. It’s tough, I’ll tell you.

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