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How To Use Deep Point Of View Without Tying An Anchor To The Pace Of Your Novel

Lisa Hall Wilson

             

 

Deep point of view is a great writing technique when used well, but if you’re not careful, deep POV will bloat your word count and tie an anchor to the pace of your story.… Read the post

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Your Plot Moves Too Slowly ~ 5 Tips To Help Improve Your Story's Pacing

Writers In The Storm welcomes back Kara Lennox, a.k.a. Karen Leabo for some more plot-fixing magic. Look for Kara’s writing tips the first Friday of every month. 

This is the sixth in an ongoing series of Plot Fixer blogs by double RITA finalist Kara Lennox. … Read the post

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When to TELL the Story

By Monthly Contributor, Shannon Donnelly

We’ve all heard “show, don’t tell” and there is value in that advice. If all you do is tell a story, how does the reader participate with his or her imagination? However, a book is not a movie.… Read the post

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There Is More To Writing Action Than Meets The Fist: Part 2

by Tiffany Lawson Inman

I picked up Harlan Coben’s CAUGHT with the express knowledge that I would find a high intensity/high emotion scene to showcase for another Dramatic Dissection.

Why did I think that?  Because of his prologue.  The beginning of this book is darn delicious. … Read the post

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