Outlining Your Novel by K. M. Weiland


  Outlining can seem like a daunting task. Especially to someone who has never used one when writing fiction. Memories of high school term papers come to mind, with mandatory outlines, complete with roman numerals, letters, and numbers. K. M. Weiland sets out to erase that picture and give a more accurate presentation of what […]

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The Dance of Character and Plot by DiAnn Mills


There’s a long-standing argument over which type of story is better: plot-driven or character-driven. The truth is, that either without the other will leave a story flat. The best stories weave character and plot together like a dance that allows them both to shine. In this book, DiAnn Mills explains how to do that with […]

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Finding the Groove


Finding my writing groove has been hard. I’m what’s known as a pantser. I write by the seat of my pants. No outline. That’s how I’ve always done it, and enjoy doing it. The thing is that I was writing for me and a few friends; little stories, usually around 20,000 words, sometimes much shorter. […]

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My Plans for 2017


My plans for the new year are about the same as last year, but here they are written out as a reminder for myself, as well as others. More Bible Study/Reading Ligonier Connect – I am still enjoying learning through this online service, and will continue to do so this year. Professor Horner’s Bible Reading […]

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My Plans for 2016


Happy new year! It’s that time again. Looking back, I did a little better last year than the previous year with reading and Bible study, but I want to do even better in 2016. So, here are my plans: More Bible Study/Reading – there are a few ways I’ll be accomplishing this. Ligonier Connect – […]

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