Monthly Archives: February 2013

Rising Action – yet more Audience

28 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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Rising Action – more Audience

27 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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Rising Action – Audience

26 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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Rising Action – Rules of Writing

25 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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Rising Action – Character and Reader Tension

24 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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Rising Action – Building even more Reader Anticipation

23 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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Rising Action – Building more Reader Anticipation

22 February 2013, this blog is about writing in scenes.  I’m focusing on the tools to build scenes.  I’ll leave up the parts of a novel because I think this is an important picture for any novelist.  I’m writing about the … Continue reading

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