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How to Make Your Fiction Memorable by Sally J. Walker

In the beginning of a writing education, most people question if they are depicting what they perceive in the imagination and communicating clearly to a reader. Frankly, that concern should never go away. When you are worried about it you will pay attention to the concept. When you take it for granted, you will perpetually …
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What Comes First, Character or Plot? by Sally J. Walker

I believe word-painting fictional characters to be the single most delightful part of creative writing. These people sometimes walk into one’s imagination from real life, as when one looks at a stranger in the air port, bank or grocery store and begins to “What if” background and purpose.  I have discovered new people thought-associated from …