Tag Archives: writing aids

Writing 101, Day Three

Write about the three most important songs in your life — what do they mean to you? Nailing Brahms’ Hungarian Dance Number 5 on your alto sax. Making perfect pulled pork tacos. Drawing what you see. Or, writing a novel. … Continue reading

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What’s Your Sign?

Another of my FB contributors posts daily affirmations that are religious in nature, but not always. I stick with her because she posts enough positive reinforcement to keep up my strength. Anyway, before I get back to writing/editing my story, … Continue reading

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Who Are They?

I was. I am. I will. After researching more on character voice/development, I went back to my story and rewrote chapters 12 and 13, but then I went back to 12 – the crucial chapter I touched upon in yesterday’s … Continue reading

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Guide to Character Analysis

Another stumbled-upon via Facebook, and since it hit home quite well, coinciding with the things I’ve blogged thus far, I thought to share. Understanding Character Wounds: A List Of Common Themes Posted on February 27, 2014 by Angela Ackerman It’s … Continue reading

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Surprising Find

So, I came across another online copy/paste program that lets you paste a portion of your work into its bot, and this particular bot will then decide whom you most write like (from an accomplished author’s perspective). I did this … Continue reading

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