Monthly Archives: March 2020

Stop Plotting Paralysis, Use a Central Premise

Stop Plotting Paralysis, Use A Central Premise SEVERAL PLOTTING METHODS are based on a structure that takes one concept and builds on it, expanding and splitting until a workable outline is achieved. By breaking the plot into small steps, the overwhelming process of plotting an entire novel is avoided. These methods are based on a…

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Cool Links 3-21-20 Edition

Revenge to a laundry detergent thief and a look back at an epic Doctor Who episode are my cool links 3-21-20 edition. Enjoy! Continue reading

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The Dreaded Passive Voice #ThrowbackThursday

I’ll admit it. When it comes to using passive voice in writing, I’m a low-life snob. I’m better than that. Continue reading

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