Monthly Archives: November 2010

Author Interview: Sarah Domet

As National Novel Writing Month draws to a close, I hope some writers have a good start on a novel. It’s a great time to think about continuing your project or starting on your next one. Sarah Domet‘s new book … Continue reading

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Novel research tips: interviewing techniques

Researching your novel is important, no matter what genre you’re writing in. You want the characters and events you portray to seem believable, even if your story is the stuff of fantasy. Accomplishing this usually takes a bit more effort … Continue reading

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Concept Defined

Ever find yourself wondering the difference between your story’s concept, premise, theme, and plot? At first blush these terms might seem like they all mean the same thing… but in terms of understanding how your story works it’s important to … Continue reading

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The Scene Defined

Any discussion of novel writing or storytelling in its many forms will at some point touch upon the topic of scenes. The word “scene” itself sounds so visual that it automatically brings up the question of the age old writing … Continue reading

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Update

Thought it might be a good time for an update on all of the things I’ve been focused on as of late. Some exciting things going on. In January I’ll be attending the Writer’s Digest Conference in NYC. The conference … Continue reading

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How to Be a Writer

Here’s a nice review for Barbara Baig’s How to Be a Writer: http://www.authorexposure.com/2010/11/book-review-how-to-be-writer-by-barbara.html

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