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I’m not doing so well on my goal of reading one craft book a month. But it’s not that I haven’t been reading. I have! It’s just been a little slow going with life’s events and getting two books ready for publication. It also has to do with the book I’ve been reading – Plot & Structure by James Scott Bell. Don’t get me wrong. It’s not that it’s a bad book or boring or anything so horrible. Most of you have already read this book and know it’s actually quite the opposite. It’s one of the best craft books … Continue reading

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My little experiment worked! Or at least, something did. I finally finished draft two of Genesis. Will I use this method before the first draft, as Whitcomb does? Meh, probably not. I’m too much of a pantser to use it for every scene, especially if not written yet. But it is a new tool to add to my writer’s toolbox. Maybe it’ll help you, too. Let me know if you give it a try. I’d love to hear your results. Have you discovered any new tools lately? How did they work out for you?

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