Monthly Archives: December 2018

Do You Like Potato Chips?

 Do you remember the old tagline:  You can’t eat just one. Well, that’s the new trend in writing. Short chapters, otherwise known as potato chip chapters, get to the point (of the story), yet leave your reader craving more. It seems … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Your Opening Line?

Do you want to know what’s wrong with your story’s opening line or opening paragraph? Probably nothing. So many times authors are told that their opening line or their opening paragraph just isn’t killer enough. It doesn’t seize the reader … Continue reading

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Critters Who Love Books

It seems that humans aren’t the only ones who love to read. Erin Bartnett has noted at least 10 other animals that also love books and are willing to break library rules to get what they want. There are even some … Continue reading

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