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Tropes as Elements in Fantasy and #Scifi @MelissaSnark #IAN1

Tropes are literary themes that recur across a genre. Think of tropes as the ‘brilliant detective’ of murder mysteries or ‘the virginal heroine’ in Regency romances. Tropes are more than character descriptions, however. They can relate to plot as well. Films … Continue reading

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Tarthian Empire Companion

For Tarthian Fans The Companion is a World Building Bible and Guide to Writing a Science Fiction Series. Before writing the first book in the Tarthian Empire, I wrote ten thousand years of future history. The book features that history, and spans … Continue reading

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How Writers Make the Most of Triberr #blog #RT

Imagine every time you created a new blog post, 10 friends would each share a link on social media leading to it. Consistently. Without being nagged. Would that make a difference in getting new views on your blog? You know … Continue reading

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Listen and Write to 30+ Hours of Nature Sounds #nature #amwriting

Sometimes I listen to music while I write, and other times I like it quiet. There are times when nothing but the sounds of nature will do. My husband likes to listen to nature sounds mixed with piano, such as rain … Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom: When Critiquing Another’s Work @Janet_E_Jones #authortips #amwriting

A few years ago when I was a brand new writer, I was in a critique group. It was amazing. The members were a mix of published and wannabe and all of us were hungry to learn. When we did … Continue reading

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2013 Goals: Beginning a New Cycle

Goals = Growth I’m reblogging this post, which I shared with Dariel Raye on her blog, Musings of an Independent Artist. Click the link to visit her blog, where there is a giveaway, and info on goals by a dozen … Continue reading

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