Feb
23
2015
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Woven Map Reveal, More McClellan, a Second Staveley, and Legos!

Written by Issac Stewart

Isaac Stewart, cartographer for the YA fantasy WOVEN, reveals the map and shares his thoughts on the novel and his recent works. And Legos!

Feb
23
2015
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Creating Symbolism in a Few LInes

Written by Johnny Worthen

Johnny talks about his contribution to SECRETS & DOORS short story anthology and his use of symbolism.

Feb
23
2015
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10 Helpful Writing Blogs For Every Type of Writer

Written by Rebekah Grow

Spending too much time Googling questions about writing or publishing? Look no further. This list will tell you everything you need to know.

Feb
23
2015
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Lessons learnt from an attempted dual timeline story

Written by Carrie-Anne

Some lessons to be learnt from a first draft with dual timeline stories, applicable far beyond just this particular manuscript.

Feb
23
2015
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Magick + Love = Poetry

Written by Johnny Worthen

An interview with Maggie Moon about her new book, SELF-TORTURE FOR DUMMIES.

Feb
23
2015
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How to salvage an old idea or manuscript

Written by Carrie-Anne

Some suggestions on how to salvage an old story idea or manuscript written at a much earlier stage of your writing development.

Feb
23
2015
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Collaborating on Google Drive

Written by Jo Michaels

Instructions (with screenshots) to walk you through using Google Drive in collaboration with other authors.

Feb
23
2015
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Interview: Callie Stoker, Editor

Written by Terra Luft

Interview with Callie Stoker, Editor of "Secrets & Doors" available from Crimson Edge Publishing.

Feb
23
2015
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It's All About The Genre: What Every Writer Needs To Know

Written by Rebekah Grow

The world of books has changed while I was busy having children the last few years. What's NA or Urban? Genres and their summaries.

Feb
23
2015
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Lessons learnt from an old unfinished play

Written by Carrie-Anne

Some lessons to be gleaned from an old unfinished project, which can be applied to anyone's writing.

Feb
23
2015
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OLD SCRATCH AND OWL HOOTS

Written by Johnny Worthen

Announcing OLD SCRATCH AND OWL HOOTS - a new western horror short story anthology. Utah gets scary!

Feb
23
2015
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Creating The Perfect Anti-Hero

Written by Sharon Bayliss

Even the edgiest, darkest protagonists absolutely have to be likable, or the reader will put the book down.