Once Upon a Time….

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                I came across this great article on Writer’s Digest, entitled Alpha-Blog Soup, by Gabriela Pereira, published this month and can be found Writer’s Digest on:  https://www.writersdigestshop.com/writer-s-digest-magazine-may-june-2-wd0618 I was totally engaged with the content. It appears there are levels to conquer before I can reach B for Brand! Great article, …

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Originally posted on REFLECTIONS OF A MINDFUL HEART AND SOUL:
Darkness and light are both intertwined among the threads of my life’s fabric. ? Found on Pinterest on 12-17-16. Stephen Hayward. Stars Love and fear are found at the intersection of commitments I make. ? Beauty and truth are found when I contemplate my desire…

Originally posted on D.E. Haggerty:
I try to blog three times a week, but sometimes I can’t come up with a blog idea for the life of me. And then there’s those blog tours that want guest blog posts. Of course, I’m a glutton for punishment and also offer to write blog posts for…

Debunking Common Myths About Writing Have you fallen for any of these myths about writing?         Posted by Melissa Donovan on April 5, 2018 ·https://www.writingforward.com/ Myths abound in the world of the arts, and writers are not immune to them. Many of us succumb to the fallacies that are floating around about what it …

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Can a Story Still Be Compelling with a “Quiet” Black Moment? If you’ve followed my blog for a while, worked with beat sheets, or studied story structure, you’re probably familiar with the idea of a Black Moment turning point around the 75-80% mark of our story. If not, a Black Moment is an event in our story that steals the protagonist’s hope …

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