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April 12, 2024
Use scenarios to see books

Writing is a lot of summing up. You work to become an author who doesn't waste any time, and so you compress. High points, please. Events-only, or major topics from a table of contents, comprise your summary. Any book, fiction or non-fiction, benefits from a view from on high. That's your author's chair. The scenario […]

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December 23, 2022
Hybrid publishers sell game tickets

You may have written a good draft of your book, then wonder what's next. Everybody suggests editing as a next step. Your vision for the book's future could be more comprehensive. Yes, you probably want to write query letters, compare your book to other books to help agents decide — even start choosing agents. If […]

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May 20, 2022
10 things to keep you writing

Our latest Finishing School session wrapped up this week. Another session starts this coming Wednesday. Five weeks in a row, authors met to share their practices, intentions, and honest talk about how things broke up or got sidetracked. There’s a lot of power in a group effort that supports the writing habit. One writer in […]

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