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Do we need to Research? by Rebekah R. Ganiere

Do you really have to research what you write? When I think of doing research the first thing that springs to mind is a historical novel. But I have learned in writing a dystopian series as well as sci-fi that research can be necessary for just about anything you...

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The 7 Secrets of the Prolific by Hillary Rettig

Below is a summary of the major points of my book, The Seven Secrets of the Prolific: The Definitive Guide to Overcoming Procrastination, Perfectionism, and Writer’s Block. This is the material I have been honored to teach at SavvyAuthors. Our classes always have a...

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The Pro Rookie: Your Editor. Your Friend by Liz Crowe

I will never forget the moment. There it was. Fat and sassy, glowing in my inbox like a beacon. My first edit of the first manuscript I ever got accepted anywhere. It was, no doubt, chock full of amaze-balls comments and glowing “where have you been all my reading...

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A DRAMATIST’S TALE: Dealing with Opinions by Sally J. Walker

The purpose of language is to communicate with another human being.  Beyond this fundamental concept, the storyteller tries to trigger reader/audience thought associations so they will vicariously experience the characters’ experiences and emotions.   Sometimes that...

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Writing in the 21st Century by P. June Diehl

Storytelling is a form of communication and has changed over the course of history to become what it is today in terms of fiction writing. From the oral tradition of telling stories to writings on cave walls, to the use of the written word. Since the invention of the...

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