Writer's Fun Zone by Beth Barany

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“You Talkin’ To Me?” You Wanna Write Great Dialogue? By Carol Malone

“Dialogue should be active, develops characters and create moods in the scene,” Karl Igelsias said, screenwriter, script doctor and consultant, “Dialogue is the first thing a publisher will look for.” In other words, don’t fill up your book with page after page of narrative. Give your reader highly charged dialogue and they will thank you for it.

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What is Genre Fiction? by Beth Barany (video)

Enjoy this short video on my take of what is genre fiction? Do you agree? Disagree? Why? Why not? More about this program: http://30daywritingchallengefornovelists.bethbarany.com/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/beth_barany Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bethbarany Creativity Coaching for Writers: http://bethbarany.com/

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Seriously…Write Those Plans Down by Theresa W. Bennett-Wilkes

Years ago, while searching for my niche as a writer, I stumbled across a how to book on marketing for writers which included an index of activities. These exercises were designed to help novices, aspiring practitioners, and those struggling with self-confidence issues get organized. I plunged into the myriad of possibilities and came up with my ten tips for chroniclers.