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Innocence by Dean Koontz

Posted on 12/16/2013 12:26:18 PM

He lives in solitude beneath the city, an exile from society, which will destroy him if he is ever seen.   She dwells in seclusion, a fugitive from enemies who will do her harm if she is ever found.   But the bond between them runs deeper than the tragedies that have scarred their lives. Something ...

Oh, That Pesky Leak! – 4 Stories of Literary Revelations

Posted on 12/06/2013 09:40:03 AM

Ah, the dreaded leak. My boyfriend and I are big fans of the show The Walking Dead. This past week the season finale aired while we were away from home. Before we could curl up on the couch to check out the episode On Demand the next day, the ending was leaked to both of us by different sources. Don’t ...

Writing About: A Battle

Posted on 11/26/2013 07:58:34 PM

Here are 16 steps/tips on how to write a battle:   · Tell your readers about the days that lead up to the battle. Describe the growing tension. How do your characters feel about the approaching battle? What are the last details they see to?   · The day of the battle: How do your ...

Writing About: Intimacy

Posted on 11/12/2013 10:31:26 AM

This post is for anyone who wants to know how to write about love scenes.   In my post, How to Write Romance, I mentioned there are two ways to go about writing a romantic scene. The first route is soft and sweet. The second is hot and steamy. So, I am going to go more in-depth on these two ...

Writing About: Fictional War

Posted on 11/12/2013 10:29:21 AM

War is a big topic in the last book of my supernatural-thriller series, so I want to share with you the steps you can take if you ever need to write about war.   10 STEPS:   1. How does it start? War cannot just sprout out of nowhere. There has to be events that lead up to it. In my book, ...

Writing About: A President

Posted on 10/21/2013 01:55:37 PM

FYI: This is a literature post for writers who are interested in writing about a fictional president. This is not a political post! Please keep that in mind. Thank you!   In chapter twenty of my final supernatural-thriller, I introduce a newcharacter . . . the President of the United States of America. ...

Writing About: A Funeral

Posted on 10/21/2013 01:53:31 PM

Funerals are always emotional. When you have to write about a character’s funeral, it’s all about the emotion you convey.   These tips can help you to heighten the emotion:   1. Devote a good paragraph to the setting.   What does the funeral home look like? What kind of flowers ...

Writing About: Murder

Posted on 10/21/2013 01:50:21 PM

I already told you how to write about a crime scene, but now I’m going to tell you how to write about murder, whether your readers know who the suspect is or not.   The best method of writing about a murder is from the suspect’s perspective. To do this, you have to get into your antagonists’ ...

Reviewing Fairy Tales

Posted on 10/18/2013 08:09:01 PM

Children in probably every culture listen attentively to the fairy tales characteristic of their culture. What these tales are intended to provide to the little ones, however, is often a point of contention. Are they tales of morality, courage under extraordinary circumstances, do they provide a sense ...

Kudrat-Save Nature

Posted on 10/12/2013 05:22:52 AM

Hey friends. I am back again to inform about one of my latest blog posts . This is written in punjabi language but touches a global issue of Preservation of natural resources. I have tried to explain that when the god decided to create this world he combined five alements to create mankind which was ...

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