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Dialogue That Delights

Janet Burroway’s Writing Fiction lists many great tips on writing dialogue. I’m sharing some of them on the Wisconsin Romance Writer’s...

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Minimum Wage Magic-A Goodreads Review

Opal Yong-ae, a graduate-mage whose spells backfire more often than work, owes the wrong people. She has to find money fast, so she becomes a cleaner,...

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WisRwa’s Second Annual Afternoon Tea

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so instead of telling you how fun it was to talk writing with friends, I’llb just share a few photos.

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Other Than @ Red Carpet Fiction

I’m pleased to say Other Than will be part of the Red Carpet Fiction’s August Event. You can take part by following this link–www.redcarpetfiction.com)

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Writing Tip: Make Dialogue Active

Currently, I’m attending university in pursuit of M.A. in English, but even before I started the program, I’ve studied writing craft book in hopes...

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CampNanowrimo Winner

I always get a kick out of crossing the finish line! I’m a Camp Nanowrimo winner, and I’d like to thank family and friends for their tolerance...

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Bloodstone-A Goodreads Review

Bloodstone by Helen C. Johannes My rating: 5 of 5 stars In debt with the local lord, Mirianna and her father must locate bloodstones. To do so, they seek...

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Fireworks Facts

Hope you have a happy Fourth of July. If you’re like me, you will probably see a ton of fireworks. There’s something fascinating about those splatters...

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Checking Out the Local Geese-13 Facts

Lately, I’ve had fun watching geese parade goslings around our local park. Perhaps you have some geese near you, and you might be interested in the facts...

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The Safest Lies–A Goodreads Review

The Safest Lies by Megan Miranda My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Safest LiesAlthough Kelsey goes to high school and has a part-time job, she knows her life...

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