Would your character move through a jungle as quickly as he'd walk down the sidewalk in New York City?
|#4029:||Comedy||May the Waltz Be With You|
A Night in the Punsome October
|#4004:||Contests & Activities||Giselle|
|Halloween is Nearly Upon Us|
With a week of October left, it's time to make that costume and decide whom to scare this year.
| Image Patterning in Dramatic Fiction|
Image Patterns add depth, unity, and organization to fiction.
|#4015:||Fantasy||Kate=Secret Pal ~ 1063838|
|Close encounters of the magickal kind|
When we meet fellow travelers across the veil of entities ~ let's not be ethnocentric ^O^
|A Writer or a Wanna-Be?|
What do you mean you're a "wanna-be writer"?
Nursing Homes: The Scariest Place On Earth?
|#4014:||Mystery||Kate=Secret Pal ~ 1063838|
|Puzzling the story behind the story|
In a mystery we have no 50-minute hour - adding psychological depth to lead and mislead sleuths
|It's All in How You View It...|
The best way to get views and reviews is to put your best foot forward... or, as the case may be, your Portfolio!
|Moiré Patterns: Between the Lines|
The interaction between two different patterns can create emphasis in certain places in a poem.
|#3993:||Romance/Love||StephB 2013 Busy Bee|
|Welcome Romance Author, J. Morgan|
Romance Author, J. Morgan, Visits the Romance/Love Newsletter.
|Holding the Line|
Short fiction relies on tension for consistency-- here are a few tips for maintaining the tension in your writing.
|Taking the Plunge|
When is it time to move on and try something new, maybe even jump into writing more seriously?
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