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What is the importance of story arcs?     What is a story arc: A story arc is the evolution of a plot. The suspense gradually grows until the revelation of facts. Finally, the conclusion completes the arc. There are … Continue reading

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What are six qualities of good writing?   According to Google, there are close to 130,000,000 books in existence. Each year there are thousands of new ones published. With the growing popularity of self-publishing, the numbers of books are increasing … Continue reading

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Is it okay to take a break from book signings and writing?   Of course! A break refreshes our minds and souls. Take a break! Book signings are enjoyable because it’s always wonderful to meet readers and sell books. It’s … Continue reading

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What are the pros and cons to joining an unpublished writers club or group? Benefits: The most beneficial reason to joining a club is that it allows you to keep up with your writing. Most of us (whether we admit … Continue reading

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How do I make nonfiction writing topics not boring? Fiction is entirely made up from the author’s mind. Nonfiction is based off real life facts and historical events. When I think of nonfiction my mind goes back to school, to … Continue reading

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