Once Upon a Time….

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A Summary of K.M. Weiland’s  “Write Like a Master” I posted this in 2014 and I realized it was definitely worth posting again! I keep coming back to K.M.’s 10 factors that are simple to remember and key elements in any writing, be it fiction or non-fiction. My summary of K.M. Weiland’s excellent article presented …

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On Victory Crayne’s website, a complete version of, How to Write a Critique is available. This site has many wonderful ways to improve a writer’s writing skills.  I critique my own writing, using this form. I find it essential in developing better writing skills.  Go to Victory Crayne’s website for more ways to improve writing skills …

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  My summary of K.M. Weiland’s excellent article presented in Writer’s Digest, Work Book: Exercises and Tips for Honing Specific Aspects of Your Writing presents the key points of her exceptional article via Writer’s Digest 2014 Reblog. It is especially for writers penning their first novel, but also for seasoned writers to again remember a classic, …

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The life He Leads Is far removed From where he goes Within his head, He tends his garden And stooping low Thinks of those who use to be But now are gone, His thoughts travel far Back to ‘42 Oh, that was a year Wasn’t that what mama said? Two babies in diapers One in …

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  Stephen King wrote a seminal work on fantasy fiction writing—a memoir of the craft on writing by the same name: Stephen King: A memoir of the Craft – On Writing. When I decided to write fantasy fiction, instead of just dreaming about it, I decided the best place to start would be with Stephen King. …

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A Summary of K.M. Weiland’s  “Write Like a Master” I posted this in 2014 and I realized it was definitely worth posting again! I keep coming back to K.M.’s 10 factors that are simple to remember and key elements in any writing, be it fiction or non-fiction. My summary of K.M. Weiland’s excellent article presented …

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