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Three-Dimensional Writing by Karen S. Wiesner

Applied to writing, the word three-dimensional is easy to define as solid, realistic, rounded, and lifelike, even living. The hard part for authors comes in translating these concepts into the craft of writing. Most writers know what is not three-dimensional writing. Simple words and phrases convey what’s lacking: flat, cardboard, paper doll, archetypal, convenient to …
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The Romance Novelist’s Secret Weapon by Angela Knight

It’s tough out there for a romance novelist. Competition in the crowded field of self-publishing is ferocious, and the New York publishing world is even more cutthroat. That’s aside from the distractions provided by YouTube videos and blockbuster movies with dazzling visual special effects. How can a poor writer compete? By using our ultimate secret …