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Novel Bits and Bites

The New Prologue The splintering bark showered him as the shot exploded into the tree a mere foot from his head. “You can’t hide. I know every corner of this forest, and it will be your burying ground.” Cresting the … Continue reading

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Question of the Week

How would you escape from the grasp of young Grizzly cub with it’s mother running away from you?

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The Novel Begins Part 2

On this side of Jacobs Pass, so called for the old-timer Jacob Tooley who went missing in these woods some time ago, I wake up every morning in my cabin some six miles out of town, a good distance to … Continue reading

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Word of the Every Other Day

cornice \KAWR-nis\ noun: 1. a mass of snow, ice, etc., projecting over a mountain ridge. 2. Architecture. a. any prominent, continuous, horizontally projecting feature surmounting a wall or other construction, or dividing it horizontally for compositional purposes. b. the uppermost … Continue reading

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FREE Outlining Software

I think I’ve mentioned yWriter5 before in an earlier post but it has been so helpful I thought I would talk about it once again. In the short time I’ve been writing fiction my writing process has changed drastically. I … Continue reading

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Manuscript Submission Guidelines

Now, I’m nowhere near close to submitting a novel manuscript but I have been thinking about submitting a short story collection, which, from what I’ve read is nearly impossible to have published—everyone says that the public just is not interested … Continue reading

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Great at Something

“It’s like I’ve always heard, ‘Alcoholics make great writers or is it writers make great alcoholics,’ either way your great at something.” Author Unknown Write Fearlessly

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