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Fatty Sentences—or Reducing Prepositional Phrases by Franca Pelaccia

Has an editor recommended you tighten your sentences by reducing excess fat? Have you wondered how when you edited to the bare bones? Think again. Among other things, you may have a case of superfluous prepositional phrases. Deleting them won’t damage the beauty and flow of your well-thought and over-revised sentences or the overall plot. …
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Classes Starting the Week of April 15

How to Write a Novel in 90 days with L. C. Hayden ~ April 15 – April 28 Powerful Openings: Hook Your Readers From Page One with Kris Kennedy ~ April 15 – April 28 Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week MENTORING: Writing the Thriller or Paranormal Novel with Jacqui Jacoby ~ April …
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How To Make Your Character Explode Off The Page On Page One by Kris Kennedy

Characters ARE Your Story Writers spend a lot of time developing plot, and that’s great. But the plot is just a vehicle for character transformation, and that’s why readers are reading. They want to see this person go through this plot, and change. Transform. So you need to start developing them on Page One. Not …