Monthly Archives: September 2016

LOVE THE GAME OR GO PLAY A DIFFERENT ONE

Last week I recorded another tutorial for Writer’s Digest University. It won’t be available for a little bit but it was on the subject of genres—what genre your book fits into and why that matters. One of the things I … Continue reading

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WORLDBUILDING: GOVERNMENTS

With another round of my online course Worldbuilding in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing starting this Thursday, I’ve been going through the daily additional material that’s part of the course, and I’d like to share a couple of those items, … Continue reading

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THE JOY OF WRITING BY HAND

In an effort to actually work through the exercises I’ve suggested for other authors, I tried a form of writing I haven’t practiced since I was a little kid and had no choice (read: no typewriter) and that’s writing by … Continue reading

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ACTIVE SEARCH: SOMETHING WAS VERBING

Has it really been since March of 2015 that I promised more posts ahead on the subject of active voice? For shame. Better late than never, let’s get back to the subject . . . As an editor, I frequently run across certain … Continue reading

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