Monthly Archives: April 2011

There is No Such Thing as Writer’s Block

Yes, that’s correct. You heard right, bubba. There is not such thing as a writer not being able to write because he has the so called “writer’s block.” How do I know? Glad you asked. I’m a writer. Have been … Continue reading

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Write the Way Vermeer Paints (Or What I Learned from Girl in Hyacinth Blue)

First off, I don’t compare my writing talent to that of Johan Vermeer. I think few writers can do that. However, he is a classic Dutch master, and the techniques used to paint can also be applied to writing. Now, … Continue reading

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Write Your Novel Backward

Hollywood doesn’t have everything wrong. Okay, maybe Quantum of Solace didn’t need a $230 million dollar budget. (Probably another reason why MGM went bankrupt. Again.) But what the suits and producers did get right is the log line. You know … Continue reading

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