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Darling Supporting Characters

Darling Supporting Characters #TheArchetypeSeries #TheSarcasticMuse

On my very first archetype post, Amy, from the blog Inkcouragenent, asked if I could have a post about secondary characters.  I am ending the archetype series with this topic, because it is an archetype that is sometimes an afterthought in writing.  When plotting out your story and characters, do not forget about these secondary (or supporting characters, as I like to call them).  They are the…

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Great Guest Post by Marcy McKay via @melissadonovan

Hey, all, just wanted to pop on to say one of our community  members has a guest post at…

Great Guest Post by Marcy McKay via @melissadonovan

Hey, all, just wanted to pop on to say one of our community  members has a guest post at…

Revision Happens #writing #writerslife

No first draft is perfect. With practice, we get closer. After 50 novels, I hope my first drafts are less crappy.

Revision Happens #writing #writerslife

No first draft is perfect. With practice, we get closer. After 50 novels, I hope my first drafts are less crappy.

Too Many Characters Talking

Ever had a week during which you heard the incessant buzzing of voices in  your head? No?

Too Many Characters Talking

Ever had a week during which you heard the incessant buzzing of voices in  your head? No?

Writing Fluid Fiction: How To Use Italics

How To Use Italics in Your Fiction #editing #writingadvice

I’ve put on my bossy editing hat before: breaking down the difference between passive and active voice, discussing grammatical aspect (the progressive and perfect forms of verbs), and I’ve even given an overview of good and bad repetition. Today I’d like to discuss a topic I don’t read about too often: how to use italicized text effectively in your writing.

In general, when I’m doing a line edit,…

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