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How To Start Writing A Book

If you’re new to the writing world or took a little break and feel a bit rusty, you’re in the right place. I’ve put together this list to share with you what works for me when it comes to writing books, in the hopes it can work for you, too.

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Lightborn

Lightborn - Chapter Two

Did people really not see it? Seventy years isn’t a long time, not really. I just can’t imagine the people of 2020 watching a man freeze a cup of tea with the touch of his finger or walk on water and not see the magic.

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An easy target

An Easy Target - Chapter Three

It wasn’t the biggest surprise to have the phone trace to Connecticut. McCall would need to be near the city - any city, really. But wasn’t it always New York?

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Publishing

How to Self-Edit Your Novel

There’s no right or wrong way to write and edit a novel. Plotters will tell you to make detailed outlines of each chapter, where pantsers will say to just start typing. Still, there are some basic steps that need to be taken, especially when it comes to editing.

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How to Write Dialogue

To start writing dialogue, begin with a basic outline of the conversation. It doesn’t have to be polished; just get the key points down, so you know what the characters are trying to say.