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Character Quotes from Take On Me by Dellani

Originally posted on Books & Entertainment Network:
“Perhaps, but will he change up his MO?” Petra asked. “Like you said, he knows we know. Is now the time to change? He knows this method works. Changing it up is risky.” “It would be riskier to continue,” Etienne countered. “Don’t you think?” “I want a crack…

When Tis Done – Part 67

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
While Brian and Jordan are talking with Chase and Marissa, Chase mentions the scene in Temple of Doom where peoples’ hearts get ripped out of their chests. This makes them wonder if it might actually be possible. If so, how can they safeguard themselves against it? Brian gave him a…

Demotivational Posters for Writers

Demotivational Posters for Writers

Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:
Following on from last week’s post, which made us all envision a team of fresh-faced enthusiastic writers, chucked into the lion’s den that is a London hedge fund, I found myself wondering what their office would be like. Would it be a triumph of modernist minimalism, all glass and chrome,…

Joanna’s Journey is Free

Things To Consider When Writing A Relationship Break Up #SundayBlogShare  #AmWritingRomance

Things To Consider When Writing A Relationship Break Up #SundayBlogShare #AmWritingRomance

1000 Word Sprint Winner Profiles: 1st Place: Amanda Ruehle

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
What goes on inside the writerly mind? Let’s sit down with our 1000 Word Sprint Contest winners and see what’s up. (Click HERE to read the stories.) TODAY: 1st place winner Amanda Ruehle Amanda Ruehle was born in Albuquerque, NM, and now resides in the great, green area of the…

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Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
I thought it was too easy. A week of long, fraught hours, early starts and late finishes, coupled with some bug or other to sap my remaining energy, ended with technical glitches… and, just for good measure, the internet went down too. By the time I got…

#HistFic The Heart Of The Conqueror by G. Lawrence @TudorTweep #SundayBlogShare

Short Story Sunday 216: Nothing

Plot Point 1 In The Context Of The Story Arc

Originally posted on Creative Story Editors:
You’re heading into Act II of writing or editing your novel. So how are you going to keep readers engaged? You need a great plot point to drive them forward. ? In an earlier post, I talked about the inciting incident in the context of a story arc. Today…


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