Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Art of Letting Go

Have you ever wondered if Picasso saw one of his paintings hanging at an opening and thought, “Just another stroke of blue and it would be perfect.” Or, if Stephen King thumbed through Carrie and wanted to change a word … Continue reading

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Guess Who Signed a Publishing Contract!

*Tap … Tap … Tap* Is this thing on? Hello, may I have your attention please? This will only take a moment and we can get back to our regularly scheduled programing. A while back I decided that I was … Continue reading

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The Inciting Incident

No novel can exist without an inciting incident. It’s the fuel that flames the fiction fire. It’s the catalyst that casts the characters on their journey. It’s the whole reason you have a novel to begin with.

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