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The Blank Page Holds No Fear For A Brave Writer – by Derek Haines…

The Blank Page Holds No Fear For A Brave Writer – by Derek Haines…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Just Publishing Advice: Every writer confronts the dreaded blank page. It is white, stark and for many writers and authors, downright intimidating. Whether it is a fresh sheet of paper or a blank word processor template with its infuriating little flashing cursor, it is…

Creating Characters Who Clash – by Angela Ackerman…

Creating Characters Who Clash – by Angela Ackerman…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Jami Gold Site: Read the full article at: 4 Ways to Create Friction between Characters

28 Fabulous Writing Conferences in April 2019 – by Erica Verrillo…

28 Fabulous Writing Conferences in April 2019 – by Erica Verrillo…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity: Spring is here! There are some excellent opportunities to network, pitch your work, and attend stimulating workshops in April. I strongly urge you to plan ahead if you are thinking of attending a writing conference. Many offer…

How To Find the Perfect Title – by John Doppler…

How To Find the Perfect Title – by John Doppler…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Self Publishing Advice: It happens without warning. You’re in the middle of your manuscript when the heavens part and divine inspiration beams down on you, gifting you with the perfect title for your book. You rattle off a new title page on your keyboard,…

How to go mobile with audio: Book-editor podcasting on the go. – by Louise Harnby…

How to go mobile with audio: Book-editor podcasting on the go. – by Louise Harnby…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
You don’t need a lot of equipment to create superb audio content. A fellow book editor and I recently recorded 5 episodes for our podcast with nothing but a couple of mics, a splitter and our cell phones. Here’s how to do it

Layering Character for Believable Fiction – by Victoria Mixon…

Layering Character for Believable Fiction – by Victoria Mixon…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writers Helping Writers: Layering: the deepest, richest, most compellingaspect of character  We hear a lot of talk about “layering” as a storytelling device. The more layers a character has, the more complex and individual they are, allowing authors to sidestep cliché and create cast members…

How Do We Set Goals When Trying Something New? – by Jami Gold…

How Do We Set Goals When Trying Something New? – by Jami Gold…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I’ve talked many times before about how we should think about and set goals for ourselves with our writing career. Knowing our goals can help us determine the right path for us. In other words, if we don’t know our goals, we lessen our chances…

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