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Writing Powerful Scenes: Why Choosing The Right Setting Is So Important

By Angela Ackerman   Many authors, when in the throes of scene planning, are all about the action. They know who the players are, what they feel, and what needs to happen. With those three biggies squared away, it’s really just a matter of pounding out the words, right? Nope. A critical piece of the puzzle needs our attention first:

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The One Page Book Planner: A Simple Tool To Help You Write a Better Book

  By Jennie Nash The number one thing a writer can do to give their book a fighting chance in the marketplace is something so obvious and simple that it’s easy to overlook. It’s this: before you leap into writing 300 pages that go nowhere, stop and think about what you are doing, why you are doing it, and who

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