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If you’re a writer, you’ve probably heard “Show, Don’t Tell’ a million times. It’s one of those maxims you can’t escape. But I’m going to stick my neck out and declare… I think that advice has led to a lot … Continue reading

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I tend to think of  a book as a guided tour in which a character interprets everything for me. Between the pages,  I’m in new, uncharted territory and I’m relying on the POV person to convey the setting, the plot, … Continue reading

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Yeah, I’m still wet behind the ears when it comes to writing, but here’s what I’ve figured out: 1. Grammar only gets you so far. There’s more to writing than clusters of mechanically perfect sentences. But you must master grammar, … Continue reading

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