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Set the Scene

by Tim Kane Whether you’re writing with abandon or carefully plotting each moment of your novel, setting is crucial to the unfolding action. Your characters can’t simply act out their drama in a white room. Here are some tips to … Continue reading

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Write A Travel Scene with a Purpose

by Tim Kane Most of the time, writers shouldn’t need to show their characters traveling. Simply jump cut from one scene the next. Yet there are times when a scene about travel may be necessary, and invigorating. What follows are … Continue reading

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