Monthly Archives: January 2012

Twitter Etiquette for Writers: Part 1 Newbie Tweeps

Everyone’s telling writers to build their platforms. Reach out to your readers. Market yourself. The go to solution for most authors is Twitter. Yet if you’ve never used it, the whole experience can seem overwhelming. I started in earnest last … Continue reading

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Writing Inertia

“A body in motion remains in motion unless it is acted on by an external force. If the body is at rest it remains at rest.”— Newton’s First Law of Motion Inertia and Writer’s Block This law applies equally to … Continue reading

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SCENE! How Long and What Needs to Be In It?

You all remember the director shouting “scene” after a triumphant acting performance. Yet as writers, we often don’ t know how to explain it. It’s a bit like learning to ride a bike. At the start, we need training wheels … Continue reading

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