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Theme It

There’s a hell of a lot to be got out of considering theme when you’re writing fiction. I’d argue that it’s hard to write something and it not have some sort of identifiable theme. A lot of the time, themes form … Continue reading

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Novel teasers, Horror Fiction, oh my!

Just a super quick post today, that I actually mean to post yesterday but didn’t have time to, *smacks wrist*, but hopefully you will see why. I had planned to do a post on theme, something I’ve been thinking a … Continue reading

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Journeying with Company – the Giving and Receiving of Constructive Criticism

Getting feedback on your work is, a lot of people would argue, an essential part of developing your projects, as well as yourself as a writer. Many writers will at some point on their journey submit their work for review … Continue reading

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