Monthly Archives: October 2012

Research for your book

Before you write, make sure you’ve pulled together enough facts to give your writing credibility. You’ll lose your readers in a minute if you don’t do proper research. This goes for non-fiction and fiction. It goes without saying that the … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Best: Fence

Your Sunday Best

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Writing: where, how and when

So when do you write. So often when writers are interviewed, people want to know where they write, how they write and when they write¬† At conferences, people take notes on these important facts as if it will make a … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Best: Fall Flowers

Your Sunday Best

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Keeping up the momentum in your writing

When I face the desolate impossibility of writing five hundred pages, a sick sense of failure falls on me and I know I can never do it. This happens every time. Then gradually I write one page and then another. … Continue reading

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Re-write then re-write again…

I’ve found that the beginning of a book always needs to be re-written more times than the sections toward the end. Have you found that also? When I first started to write, it bothered me a great deal that my … Continue reading

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