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The Writing Files: Inspiration Without Perspiration

It’s so hard being a writer without your tools isn’t it? With all my work on my trilogy series on a broken laptop that has yet to be fixed, I feel this agony. Here’s my post on what to do … Continue reading

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The Writing Files: Planned

When reading the Harry Potter series, there are many twists and turns. In fact, there are so many plot twists that I have a hard time imagining an author writing this many unique surprises without planning. Today, I am here … Continue reading

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The Writing Files: Clue

Today I write on the film noir aspect of writing: mysteries. Black-and-white murder films, old time radio programs. Read on: My current project is working on Samuel Woodlock: Star of Egypt, a mystery novel whose main character is based off of … Continue reading

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The Writing Files: Dramatica Story 5

I finally got it! The newest version of Dramatica, the writing program! I am so excited and am currently using it to work on a few projects. Today I post on this highly recommended program that will help you write … Continue reading

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