Category Archives: Writing of All Kinds

Will eBooks Outsell Traditional Books – Will eBooks Eventually Make Paperbacks and Hardbacks Obsolete – I Appreciate My Kindle APP and Purchase Many eBooks – I Still Delight in Visiting Barnes & Noble or Any Bookstore – See What I Found Out –

I took some time to research the subject of eBooks and their influence on traditional book sales. Are eBooks a serious threat to the industry? What will the outcome be? These quotes came from Digital Book World, article by Jeremy … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Muse – Some Writers Talk about their Muse – Not All Writers Have a Muse – Research Revealed Scarcity of Factual Information on The Muse Issue – This is a Disclosure of What I Found –

According to Wikipedia.com, Muses originated in Greek Mythology. Nine daughters of god and goddess Zeus and Mnemosyne named Calliope, Clio, Euterpe, Erato, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania, were said to be the goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science, … Continue reading

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Blog Writers – Novel Writers – Non-fiction Writers – Biographers, Historians, Journalists, Grant Writers – Technical Writers – Textbook Writers – All Writers – How Are Writers Influenced by Other Writers – How Does a Writer Acquire that Unique Style of His or Her Own – How Does One Develop an Expertise in One’s Field of Writing that Stands Out –

Composing a blog post, in my opinion, makes you a writer; therefore, this article, if it is read at all, will be read by writers. If you are not one of the writers listed in the title above, then maybe you … Continue reading

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Writing Fiction – BACKSTORY – Imparting Meaningful Information about a Character’s Background without Impeding the Forward Thrust of the Story –

BACKSTORY IS MEANINGFUL INFORMATION ABOUT A CHARACTER’S BACKGROUND. EFFECTIVELY POSITIONED BACKSTORY ENHANCES CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT AND ADVANCES THE STORY. Background facts about a character may influence the reader’s feelings and determine how the reader interprets the behaviors of the character. Multi-layered … Continue reading

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Writing Successful Fiction – Choosing the Fascinating and Versatile THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT Point of View (POV) to Tell Your Story –

I’m covering this point of view for writing fiction not because I think it is better than any other, but because this is the one I used in my novel, Buddy for David. It’s the POV that I know by experience. THIRD … Continue reading

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Fiction Writers Learn What They Need to Know to Create Great Fiction – Understand the Issue of Point of View (POV) and Write Fiction with Excellence –

Authors choose the point of view (POV) that works best for their stories. Understand the POV issue and tell your story skillfully from the best point of view for its presentation. As a result, you will produce clear and understandable fiction. Personally, … Continue reading

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