Monthly Archives: June 2012

Your Sunday Best – Farmer’s Market

Nothing as nice as wandering around the farmer’s market on the weekend.

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Hit on all the senses when writing fiction

Before you write, it’s good to practice writing about all the senses: touch, smell, taste, vision and hearing. If you add these descriptors to your writing, it’ll help the readers sink down into your novel as if they were additional … Continue reading

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Reflections on Lake Susan

Your Sunday Best

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Working on more than one project at a time.

It’s a new day… a new week…. enjoy!!! How many writing projects do you have going right now?  I have three major ones and a smaller one.  The three large ones are books. One is a sequel of sorts to … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Best – Flower

Your Sunday Best

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Developing Voice in Writing

Voice is so important to writing. Before you write, take some time to think about how you want to present your material. The voice of the piece will go a long way to making the piece memorable. Every piece of … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Best – Starting to Clear

Your Sunday Best

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