Writing In-Scene

by Til Turner One important element of the fiction writing craft is developing character and/or plot “in-scene.” The goal of in-scene development is to avoid info dumps—summary passages that halt the narrative to give character, setting or plot information. Forward motion is a hallmark of good writing. Letting your scenes convey as much relevant information …

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March 9, 2022 Webinar

Trusting the Process: 5 Keys to Staying on Course With Cindi McMenamin   Award winning writer, national speaker,author of 17 nonfliction books.   Connect with Cindiwww.strengthforthesoul.comFB: Strength for the Soul   “Trusting the Process: 5 Keys to Staying on Course Do you ever feel frustrated, discouraged or ready to give up on writing and publishing? …

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January 2022 Webinar

WEBINAR Infusing Christian Themes into the General Market WednesdayJanuary 12, 20228:00 pm – 9:00 pmZoom Meeting * with Christian writers can choose to write for the general market as well as the Christian market. Why, and how, can we infuse Christian themes into general market works in a compelling way? Cecilia will share thoughts on …

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Why The Sermon on the Mount?

2021 Anthology, Conversations…A Join the Conversation Post For an editor, anthologies, as a genre’, cause a shiver of excitement and a shudder of angst. While the interface with one writer has unique challenges, the anthology with its multiple writers expands the challenge exponentially. As a writer, anthology contributors enjoy the satisfaction of a joint effort …

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