Kris Bock

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Making Minor Characters Fresh: #Writing Advice by Chris Eboch

TweetChris Eboch finishes off the week with a post on secondary characters. When creating a new story, you probably spend the most time developing your main character, or perhaps your hero and heroine equally. They […]

Hug Your Story with Bookends by Kris Bock

Tweet Please welcome new RU Contributor, Kris Bock! I’ve written guest posts for RU twice before – “Size Matters: Tips for Enlarging Your Manuscript” in March 2014, and “Before You Climax,” on the crisis point […]

Valentine’s Day Giveaway!

It’s Friday the 13th, so of course we’re celebrating…VALENTINE’S DAY! First of all, a huge THANK YOU to all the authors who have generously agreed to donate their ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover books to this […]

Size Matters – Tips for Enlarging Your Manuscript by Kris Bock

You’ve typed ‘The End’ but your story falls short of the required word count. Now what? Author Kris Bock shares her insight and offers tips on how to expand the length of your story.  Welcome […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – March 17th to March 22nd

Whether you’re enjoying the first spring blooms or preparing for another late winter storm, RU is always in session. Here’s our line-up for the coming week! Monday, March 17th – Mary Buckham presents: What is […]

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