Monthly Archives: March 2012

Writer Research

Just because you’re writing fiction, it doesn’t give you license to make everything up. Well, okay, so maybe it does. It’s your story, you can do whatever you want. But, let’s say you want someone to actually read it. Now, things … Continue reading

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Make Your Dialogue True-to-Life

Dialogue is one of those things that a lot of writers struggle with. It’s difficult to make the things your characters say sound true to life—to convey the important details of the story without sounding forced or fake. Here are … Continue reading

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