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Why You Should Write Your Novel From The Middle with James Scott Bell

TweetDue to a scheduling issue, we’re running and old post by James Scott Bell.  Some time ago I decided to do an in-depth study on what many writing teachers call the “midpoint.” If you do […]

Why You Should Write Your Novel From The Middle with James Scott Bell

Welcome back to James Scott Bell! James is here to tell us a new way to think about writing our novel – from the middle! Some time ago I decided to do an in-depth study on […]

Structure Saves The Day—Again with Adrienne Giordano

Yay!  Adrienne Giordano is back with a great post on structure – and her slight obsession with it! Good morning, RU Crew. It’s great to be back! I’ve written before about my ongoing (and uncontrollable) […]

The Pressure of Writing with Handsome Hansel

Handsome Hansel is back! Today, he talks about what he’s learned about writing (and himself) when faced with a deadline.  As writers we are predisposed to lie to ourselves. It begins with the illusionary fact we […]

Amy Atwell: Chaos? Tame It So You Can Write.

Does framing out a story make you feel like a lion tamer more than a writer? Visiting Professor Amy Atwell cracks the whip on structural chaos in today’s post. Hi all—it is always a pleasure […]

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