Apr
23
2012
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A Subjective POV on Subjectivity

Written by Morgan Shamy

Subjectivity vs. Objectivity. Is "Good Writing" Subjective?

Apr
23
2012
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2012 Beehive Book Awards

Written by Teri Harman

The winners of the 2012 Utah Beehive Book Awards for children's literature.

Apr
23
2012
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Supportive Spouses

Written by eayounker

The importance of the people who support you and how you should support them.

Apr
21
2012
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S is for... Sinister Villains

Written by Kevin Hiatt

Nothing makes for a better story than having a truly sinister villain. Heroes are only as strong as the challenge they face. No hero ever rose to greatness battling the horrid 'cat stuck in a tree' monster.

Apr
21
2012
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How to produce a book others will believe is traditionally published.

Written by Scarlett

How to make your self-published book look, and read, like a traditionally published book in 6 parts. Hold on tight because I'm going to light a fire under you. I'm going to fight for you.

Apr
21
2012
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Questions For Characters

Written by Rachel Frost

If you want your characters to be believable, you'd better start asking questions.

Apr
21
2012
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From Passive to Active: The Reluctant Hero

Written by thewordsmith

An in-depth look at how the Hunger Games transforms Katniss from a passive to an active heroine, and how you can do the same thing.

Apr
20
2012
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Review: The Truth of All Things

Written by Teri Harman

Brand new adult historical mystery involving the Salem witch trials.

Apr
20
2012
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Pen Names, Slayers, Harry Potter and the Vortex of Doom

Written by Melanie Crouse

When an author crosses from one genre to another, should they use a pen name or not?

Apr
20
2012
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Selling (Being) Yourself

Written by David Powers King

How does a writer sell oneself without coming across as a salesperson? The trick isn't the pitch or a fancy display. It's being genuine to others while being yourself.

Apr
20
2012
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To Happily Ever After or Not to Happily Ever After?

Written by SallyPoyton

Should fairy tales end with "happily ever after" or a more traditional, darker ending?

Apr
20
2012
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K: Killing Mr. Griffin

Written by Adrianne Russell

In which I review Lois Duncan's classic tale of kids gone wild.