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Copyright: What’s the Big Deal?— By Julie Barlow

Copyright: What’s the Big Deal?— By Julie Barlow

Originally posted on QWF Writes:
The Federal government is in the process of revising the Copyright Act. If you don’t think that matters to writers, think again. I’m always surprised to see blank stares on writers’ faces when I launch into a speech about copyright. Some of them aren’t clear why copyright really matters. Others…

Wednesday Writing Reminder

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
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How to Write an Effective Chase Scene

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Doug Lewars ? Either a villain is fleeing from the forces of law-and-order or your hero is fleeing from overwhelming danger, but in either case you need a chase scene. Any form of transportation can be used and the overall structure of the narrative will be…

Reading Links…6/19/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
road less traveled Reading Links…6/19/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://audreydriscoll.com/2018/06/15/free-on-kindle-hunting-the-phoenix-book-4-of-the-herbert-west-series/ Journalist Alma Halsey chases the story of a lifetime to Providence, Rhode Island and finds more than she expected – an old lover, Charles Milburn, and an old adversary, renegade physician Herbert West, living under the name Francis Dexter.…

Writing Links…6/18/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
Landscape Writing Links…6/18/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://mythcreants.com/blog/lessons-from-the-rambling-writing-of-handbook-for-mortals/ “Last year, Handbook for Mortals by Lani Sarem cheated its way to the top of the New York Times YA bestseller list. It wasn’t #1 for long, though. Observers quickly noticed how strange it was that a book no one had…

Writing Characters Through the Lens of the #MeToo Movement

Writing Characters Through the Lens of the #MeToo Movement

Originally posted on PsychWriter:
I’ve said it before, but I’m going to say it again – connecting with fellow lovers of the written word is the best part of writing! Luna Saint Claire, author of The Sleeping Serpent, is back again to share her insight and knowledge of abusive relationships, and this time she’s applying…

Writerly Things…6/17/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
New beginnings Writerly Things…6/17/18 Traci Kenworth   I don’t know how to begin this post. I’ve been struggling for a long time with having time for blogging and my writing. The blogging had won out with the hours put in. There were times when I only gave ten minutes…

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