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Paula Wynne is author of The Grotto's Secret and The Sacred Symbol. Join Paula's VIP mailing list to receive the latest news about upcoming releases and special offers just for subscribers! http://eepurl.com/byjPVT

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Scene Settings are critical pieces of the puzzle that will eventually make up your entire novel.

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As an aspiring novelist you need to ensure your reader can relate to your character. Your reader needs to know the depth of emotion being experienced.

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It’s a writer’s job to create compelling characters who can withstand life’s fallout without giving up. But building authentic, memorable heroes is no easy task.

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For a story to be successful, it must come alive on the page.

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No matter the genre, your characters must be realistic and credible in order for your fiction to work. We know that for a hard-core fact.

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Think of Scarlett O’ Hara from Gone With The Wind or Scout Finch from To Kill A Mockingbird. They never ever lived and they’ll never die.

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When creating dialogue for your characters Gloria Kempton in her book called Dialogue, tells aspiring novelists how to set the pace with dialogue, how to inject emotion into characters' dialogue an

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A Writer's Guide to the Zodiac: How the Stars Can Help You Understand Your Characters. This book is a MUST for all authors, novelists, writers, aspiring writers and self published writers!

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I love my job! I review craft of fiction books within the writing reference guides feature.

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From the Knights Templar to the JFK Assassination, Monte Cook uncovers the truth behind the world’s most controversial and covered-up conspiracy theories in this writing guide - The Skeptics Guide

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How do you start to build fictional characters when you're an an aspiring writer or author?

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Create good 'Baddies' when you start building fictional characters for your novel with agro bullies, nasty bastards and dangerous bitches.

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If you’re aiming to write the next 50 Shades of Grey here's three little sneaky books that will help you on your journey.

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You're all over the definitions of "low lights," "ruching," and a "tankini." But can you spot a "Mrs. Potato Head" when you see one?

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Amazon says that James Scott Bell’s book, Revision and Self Editing For Publication, is designed to eliminate the intimidation factor that comes with revision and self-editing, but any asp

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If you love to scare your readers and you're writing a thriller, crime novel, a mystery or any other piece of fiction that requires you to write a scary scene, you need to read on.

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