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Blurb Do’s (But Mostly Don’ts): Writing Blurbs That Sizzle–and Sell! by Karen S. Wiesner

As I’ve probably stated before in my writing reference titles, articles and workshops, I’m not a big believer in hard-and-fast rules, and even the ones stated in this lesson can be legitimately broken. I break them all the time myself–if you take a look at the blurb examples on my Blurb Service website. The short …
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The People We Meet – Using Body Language To Show Characters’ Emotions by Kathy Otten

Welcome to 2019.  Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? Every year, along with my new list of personal goals, I create a list of writing goals; among them, ways to improve my craft. One of the first elements of craft we’re taught is to show, not tell our stories.  In a rough draft, an …