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Create your own setting….

            I participated in an on-line workshop last week to learn the process to create Funky Little Cityscapes. (To learn more about the workshop, go to SweetRepeats Blog) The painting above is was my first … Continue reading

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Story Development… where do you get your stories?

I used to think that writers needed to travel far and wide and to fill their lives with adventure in order to write compelling fiction. I’m not so sure that is entirely true. To be a writer, you obviously need … Continue reading

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Setting in fiction: the importance of getting it right.

If you use a real town or city as the setting for you book, it’s important to get it right. Before you write, always: 1. visit the location to learn the streets, the architecture, the landmarks, and the pace and … Continue reading

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