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Pacing Pointers

“Writing a novel is all about the timed release of information.” Toni Morrison Horse races are often won based on the skill that a jockey displays in pacing his mount’s explosive energy and speed. And runners, from sprinters to marathoners, … Continue reading

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Forward, Write!

“In writing, forward motion is everything.” Michael Korda In my experience, we writers tend to fall into two camps: 1) Those who feel compelled to tinker with and polish their prose as they go, and 2) Those who barrel full … Continue reading

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True Pros

“I’m not a writer, I’m a rewriter.” Kenn Davis Now, to be honest, I’ve never read anything by our boy Kenn, but I do know that he wrote a dozen or so mysteries, so he has some books under his … Continue reading

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Managing Momentum

Sustaining momentum, both in writing a draft and from a reader’s perspective, is one of the keys to creating energy on the page. How to Write and Sell Historical Fiction by Persia Woolley, a successful trilogy author, offers some helpful … Continue reading

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