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A Diet Program—for Your Writing!

Have you ever struggled to read writing that felt heavy for no reason? Or thought something you wrote sounded...

A Diet Program—for Your Writing!
posted on: Feb 14, 2014 | author: Kathy Steffen

Stitching Your Scenes Together with T...

As writers we spend a lot of time talking about plot, character, setting and description. We learn how to put all of...

Stitching Your Scenes Together with Transitions
posted on: Feb 1, 2013 | author: Lori Devoti

5 Must Checks in Book Revisions

I’m in the middle of revisions right now for the third book in my Dusty Deals Mystery series.  I’m not...

5 Must Checks in Book Revisions
posted on: Nov 2, 2012 | author: Lori Devoti

Clarity – A Guiding Principle F...

Clarity – to be clear or lucid. To be free of ambiguity or indistinctness. Clarity is important in writing. In...

Clarity – A Guiding Principle For Writing & Business
posted on: Oct 19, 2012 | author: Bobbi Dumas

Revision: Checklist for Compelling Ch...

There are so many steps to the revision process when you write a book (word flow, transition, plot holes, habit...

Revision: Checklist for Compelling Characters
posted on: Sep 28, 2012 | author: Kathy Steffen

Revision: Six Steps to Story Strength

So you are ready to begin your revision. You’re armed with markers, your slasher knife, the duct tape (See:...

Revision: Six Steps to Story Strength
posted on: Sep 19, 2012 | author: Kathy Steffen

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