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On Writing Futuristic Sci-Fi Detective Stories

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? A few weeks ago, I was watching an “Andromeda” DVD, when I suddenly noticed that the episode that I was watching contained one of my favourite types of sci-fi storyline. I am, of course, talking about sci-fi detective stories. If anyone is curious, the episode in question…

How to Add a Little Humor to Your Story

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
I think all writing at some point can use a little comic relief. Think when your cooking that special meal and nothing is going right. Come to think of it something always funny happens in the kitchen. Comic relief is a way to release tension. Think Die Hard movies.…

Featured Book: Sofie at Bat

Featured Book: Sofie at Bat

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Perseverance and Practice in Picture Book for Kids Eight year old Sofie learns the importance of practice, perseverance and letting go of fears in a charming picture book for young readers. When t-ball player Sofie is unable to master hitting, she becomes consumed with fears about an upcoming game…

Writing Quotes — Roald Dahl

Originally posted on Anna Dobritt — Author:
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An Unhealed Scar

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
An Unhealed Scar Regina Puckett Why are you standing still? Have you lost your will? Has time stopped for good? Maybe you’re just misunderstood What if someone offered to fix it all? Would you gather your strength and heed the call? Or have you decided it’s easier to stand where…

The Email Marketing Trap Fiction Writers Must Avoid

The Email Marketing Trap Fiction Writers Must Avoid

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Read this great article by clicking on Jason’s photo or link below: the-email-marketing-trap-fiction-writers-must-avoid

Wednesday Wing….Creating a Slide show on your blog #wwwblogs

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Welcome to my new feature called Wednesday Wing where I’ll be passing on observations, tips and information to readers I’ve made a note of. Today I’m passing on a tip about creating a slideshow on your WordPress blog. This can create a new dimension to a post. It can be inserted…

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