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I’m a published speculative fiction author, developmental editor, copy editor, website editor-in-chief, and freelance editor and writer. I figure I may have gained some useful writing advice out of that confluence of experience. Read my Wednesday writing posts, enjoy, and share your own advice!

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Latest Post: Keep the Ideas Coming 2: Try Something Completely Different (7/29) 

 

Past Writing Posts:

Keep the Ideas Coming 1: READ

Amp Up Your Conflict 4: Throw a Rock at the Planet

Amp Up Your Conflict 3: Don’t Forget The Flipside

Amp Up Your Conflict 2: Make Everything Worse

Amp Up Your Conflict 1: Give Your Secondaries a Crisis 

Why I Fall In Love With a Manuscript 5: You Edited

Why I Fall In Love With a Manuscript 4: Conflict

Why I Fall In Love With a Manuscript 3: Your Characters Breathe

Why I Fall In Love With a Manuscript 2: You Cut The Backstory

Why I Fall In Love With a Manuscript 1: It Feels New

Refine Your Prose 5: Don’t Let English Get In the Way

Refine Your Prose 4: Use the Landscape

Refine Your Prose 3: Learn to Write Dialogue by Eavesdropping

Refine Your Prose 2: Build Your Story by Scenes

Refine Your Prose 1: Be a Sadist

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