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Tabeth romance revision project

Well, I have found a couple problems right off the bat with my “Big Idea” project for turning chapter 11 into a Flash Fiction Vamp/Romance part of my novel Tabeth. First of all Flash Fiction is generally 1,000 words and … Continue reading

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Oh no… an IDEA.

OK, so I was reading the Nov/Dec issue of The Writer and got an idea for revising a section of my novel Tabeth that I’m stuck on. In their section “Writing Essentials” they talk about Flash Fiction and how “Flash … Continue reading

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Something I found on google+

okay have to re post this post from a google+ guy I just started following because its sooooo ….. WOW wish i had read this years ago! https://plus.google.com/116272478094873453203/posts/EfnX5sJdRQx Also I am on google+ so if you are plz link me … Continue reading

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A Thesaurus is your friend

Exodus not Bewildered in a maze Trapped without escape unknowing chaos Tangled intricacy Inescapable entanglement (9th 1986-7)   I discovered the marvels of the Thesaurus back in my freshman year of high school. If you are a writer this wondrous … Continue reading

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developing poetic style

Aside from classroom assignments for haikus and Cinquains, I have had little training in poetic structure. My personal style has developed instinctually over the years. I call it Free-verse. It rarely rhymes, is often short, and follows a pattern only … Continue reading

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