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Take Small Steps to Big Results By Becky Martinez

How do you get started?             When people ask me how to explain the writing process or why I write fiction, I am always stumped for an answer. Stories just seem to come to me. No, they don’t jump out of my head in one big piece, but once I start developing them, they start …
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So Many Characters Bucking for the Spotlight by Beth Daniels, aka Beth Henderson, J.B. Dane, Nied Darnell

 Beth Daniels is one of SavvyAuthors long-time instructors and she’s always coming up with great new classes like this one.  If you are interested in a new class from a wonderful instructor then check out Beth and her funny wit and One POV or Numerous POV? How’s a writer to decide? starting Monday. ~ed. POV, many or single? …
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10 Lessons for Writing a Series by Laura Kaye

Today’s Savvy Authors Winter Bootcamp focus article is on writing a series. Laura Kaye originally published this article on the 7th of June 2013. Enjoy. ~Angel (Savvy Authors Blog Diva) It’s great to be back at Savvy Authors again, this time to celebrate the release of my tenth novel, South of Surrender. This book is the third book in …