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Mark Pleiss & April Warnings The first novel from Mark Pleiss is called April Warnings and it’s a series of interconnected stories ..read more
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MRUs? Huh? An MRU is a Motivation Reaction Unit. It’s a term coined by the inestimable Dwight Swain, and it’s a magic key to keep ..read more
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Chuck Greaves & Church of the Graveyard Saints Chuck Greaves new novel, The Church of the Graveyard Saints, is a literary mystery with ..read more
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I think humans must have created ritual as soon as they started forming tribes, maybe before. We seem to do it almost without thinking. We ..read more
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1. Check out this fantastic piece in The New Yorker on the land-based writing habits (and more) of Herman Melville. Melville felt he had ..read more
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Writing an action sequence is a unique part of writing. All of the rest of writing—setting a scene, establishing a character, revealing ..read more
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As part of my job maintaining the adult fiction collection for the local public library, I have to weed books. I know it sounds awful— ..read more
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Susan Smith So you’ve finished a draft of your novel and you’re ready to submit to agents and editors. You’ve checked it, you’ve ..read more
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Research, both noun and verb, means to investigate for facts—explore, analyze, delve into. But what’s next? I overheard an author, I ..read more
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I recently started a new project at my day job, with a new team of coworkers. Naturally, the writer in me began studying these people in ..read more

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