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6 Things Writers Should Know About the Myers-Briggs Distinction T(hinking) vs F(eeling)

Originally posted on Creative Writing with the Crimson League:
a feeler or a thinker? A couple of weeks ago, I published 20 questions writers can ask to get to know their characters. Some of those questions focused on Myers-Briggs personality breakdown. For purposes of characterization, I’d like to delve more into Myers-Briggs. So, this will be…

‘Creepy Comics #21’ Review

‘Creepy Comics #21’ Review

Originally posted on Horror Novel Reviews:
Written by: Matt Molgaard It’s been some time since I jumped back into the Creepy mix, and truth be told, I’ve only read one single issue of Dark Horse’s new reboot. But I enjoyed the contemporary work, which tells me it is time to get back on board full…

The trick to structuring your book right – first time, every time

The trick to structuring your book right – first time, every time

Originally posted on Matthew Wright:
Decades ago, when I was studying the philosophy of history post-grad under Prof. Peter Munz, he announced to the class that the biggest challenge facing anybody writing a book was sustaining the argument. It was, he warned, the hardest thing to do. I still remember the lesson, along with the…

Interview on Best Indie Books

OOParts – Curiosities That Can’t Be Ignored?

Originally posted on Terri Herman-Ponce:
My writing, especially in paranormal and alternate history, takes me to some very interesting places. Lately, I’ve been spending a good amount of time studying up on OOParts (Out Of Place Artifacts), which is a term applied to prehistoric objects found throughout the world that defy their level of technology,…

Sea of Destiny – Part 38 by Dellani Oakes

Originally posted on Indigo Sea Press Blog:
After healing Emily, Father Mike gives Kyle some news he wasn’t expecting to hear. It isn’t good news and sends Kyle into a tailspin. By some quirk of Fate, Kyle has finally found his long, lost father—the man who left when he was a kid. The story he…

Naked Ladies Howl at “The Wolf’s Moon” Audio Book Release This Week!

Originally posted on The Linden Chronicles:
Details to Follow with Audible, Amazon and iTunes Links! CLICK ON THE WOLF TO HEAR THE SNEAK PEAK ON SOUNDCLOUD!! Copyright (C) 2015 S.L. Jones

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Originally posted on Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess:
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Reblog: Brian Keene News

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
He might’ve mentioned the interview we did for Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Horror Podcast at Scares That Care Weekend… and a few other important things going on with him…

Bad Jokes: Frog Edition

Originally posted on Travels with Choppy:
An unscientific poll suggests readers of this blog enjoy puns (note: the sole blog reader consulted was yours truly). So you’re getting some more bad jokes, this week related to frogs. ? Previous Bad Jokes Posts: Bad Jokes: Pirate Edition Bad Jokes: Bee Edition ? ? Keep up with…

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