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Digging into the research

Let’s say there’s an aspect of your story that hinges upon some technicality that is beyond your knowledge. It could be a scene that moves the plot forward, or some backstory that is vital to character development. Whatever that is,

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New novel! An Unruly Pawn

  An Unruly Pawn, by A. D. Morel Literary suspense | ebook and paperback LAUNCH PARTY! Betsy’s Sunflower, 12 Reach Rd., Brooklin, Maine, USA Oct 19 2014  Sunday  2-4 pm   Sequel to A Skeptic’s Luck, or STANDS ALONE. This

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Setting up for reader satisfaction

What could be better than to deeply satisfy the reader of your story? Here are some ideas for how to achieve that. PICK OUT A FEW GREAT MODELS — you probably know books that you found to be particularly enjoyable

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Trivia and substance

Details work with you, or not — Setting the scene is a joyful responsibility. We fiction writers provide the reader with an imaginary world in which to dwell for a time, to escape from the cares of her/his day. We

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