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Guest Post by Lois Winston: Best Writing Advice I Ever Received

It gives me great pleasure to welcome to my blog USA Today bestselling author Lois Winston. Lois, who also writes under the pen name Emma Carlyle, is an award-winning author and literary agency associate. She offers some invaluable advice on … Continue reading

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Cheat Sheet for Procrastinators

Does the thought of writing something new make you break out in sweat? Do you cook up excuses to push it off to another day? Do you suffer from proctrastination-itis? Well, then you’re just like me and plenty other writers. … Continue reading

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Screenwriting and Novel writing

Screenplays and novels are both forms of storytelling and yet they are as different as apples and oranges. Both take their readers on a journey into the world of their characters, both make you relate with the protagonist and her … Continue reading

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Writing about what you don’t know!

Screenwriting gurus exhort writers to write “what you know”. It’s perfectly good advice. Your work will be authentic, you can rely on your experience to tell a more nuanced story, you will save precious hours of research and you will … Continue reading

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