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Cutting Through the Busyness to Get To Business

Kate Moretti

In 2012, I published my debut novel with Red Adept Publishing. I had no idea how much my life would change. As a result of this book, I’ve written four additional books, I’m starting my fifth. MY FIFTH.… Read the post

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Getting Out of the Dreaded Slump

Kate Moretti

I’m going to be honest. I’ve never had real writer’s block. Until recently, I really believed it was an excuse. I thought you could just write through it. I wrote THOUGHT I KNEW YOU and I swear I was high on sugar the whole time.… Read the post

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5 Secrets to Writing with Suspense - Even if You Don't Write Suspense

Kate Moretti

In July I wrote a guest post about finding your manuscript's hook. The post was geared toward writers of all genres, with the tenet that even character studies can find a central conflict and thus construct an opening hook.… Read the post

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What is High Concept?
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We’ve all seen the examples: Wizard School, Dinosaur Park, Titanic. Don’t shudder everyone, high concept is back. Whether it was ever “out” is somewhat debatable. We see it on agent’s manuscript wish lists, in rejection letters, in publisher submission pages.… Read the post

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Fishing Out Your Manuscript Hook

Kate Moretti

Congratulations, you did it! You typed “The End”. Finite. Have a glass of wine, heck have a bottle. Now, polish it up, send it out to agents, maybe editors. Maybe you get a few rejections, no problem. Maybe a few more.… Read the post

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