Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Pacing, the multi-faceted tool for writers can create varied moods and build tension, but are you maximizing its use? Understanding the basics of this tool can help boost an oatmeal boring project to an optimum and satisfying experience for readers.
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Spend a little time following writers on social media and you’ll come across the phrase “plotter vs. pantser.” Many treat it like a binary choice, as though you should proudly define your writing process as either one or the other.
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Are you a plotter or a pantser? Do you draw up detailed chapter notes before ever starting a first draft? Maybe you find it’s easier to just jump in with your characters and see where they go. Which is the right way to write? Is there a wrong way? The truth is, we’ve been taught to see a dichotomy between plot and characters that isn’t as stark as you believe.
Monday, March 25, 2019
Feature book of the Month: #MichiganMurderAndMayhem New Book Release: Your Turn To Die by Mark Love #BOM
It was supposed to be a friendly round of paintball. But blood, not paint, covers Kyle Morrissey’s body. Though admired by the public for his charity, the businessman was no choirboy. Could it be that more than one person want him dead? Sergeant Jefferson Chene and his detective squad catch the case. With two new faces on the team, he finds himself in the unfamiliar role as mentor. He is also cautiously beginning a relationship with Simone Bettencourt, the beautiful woman he met while pursuing a serial murderer. Complicating the case are two retired gangsters, a fortune in jewels, and Detroit’s history of organized crime. But the squad must utilize every resource available to catch a killer.
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