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My Top Insights from January/February Issue of Writer’s Digest

Keep going, and you’ll succeed. This is the motto of the January/February issue of my favorite Writer’s Digest. We all need motivation at the beginning of a new year, especially the year that follows 2020. Writer’s Digest 01/02 2021 gives you this and so much more. Read on to learn my top insights and tips…
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Larger-than-life: A Character Design Insight

People will reread your book only if your characters fascinate them. It’s not enough that your protagonist has a personality; she should be extraordinary, larger-than-life.

Do You Need the Talent to Become a Writer?

“Steven King knows nothing! I will never follow his advice on writing!” A random person on Facebook This quote is from an Internet discussion about King’s “On Writing.” The topic-starter described his disappointment at King’s words, “I don’t believe writers can be made, either by circumstances or by self-will.” The topic-starter interprets it as, “You…
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Top-5 Insights from SF Writers Conference

12 hours of work, 3 hours of commute every day for three days in a row. I was a volunteer, so I couldn’t choose most of the sessions I attended and had to work hard. I thought I would die, a fun, busy death. I survived, and here I am, sharing the top-5 insights San…
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