Tag Archives: #amspiritual

Do You Understand Your Characters?

Do you understand your characters? Do you know what your character’s self-concept is? Can you state it in one phrase? If the answer to these questions isn’t yes, then you don’t know your characters well enough to write their stories. … Continue reading

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The Punster

A few puns to brighten up your day: The fattest knight at King Arthur’s round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. I thought I saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan island, but it … Continue reading

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Yes and No…Mostly eh

The Writer’s Mentor by Ian Jackman, Editor Scene and Structure by Jack M. Bickham Summary  Both books purport to offer advice and insights to help you improve your writing. Review While neither of these books was worth keeping, at least “The … Continue reading

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Up Standing

Just a note to praise the tiny word that is used so much and in so many ways. It’s a simple word, yet it has more meanings and uses than any other word in the American language. So, here’s to … Continue reading

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I can resist, I can…Oooh, Candy Crush

Have you ever started reading on a tablet or other hand-held device, but soon lost focus or interest? Not because the article or book was unappealing or uninteresting, but because you couldn’t resist that siren call of Candy Crush or … Continue reading

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