Category Archives: beginning writers

The Process of Writing

My daughter is a pre-school teacher, and yes they do teach. She once told me that children of that age are more interested in and enjoy the process more than the outcome, solution, results. Take your pick. As a writer, … Continue reading

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Here are some thoughts for writers that might be helpful. Mistakes most often made by beginning writers: Ineffective rhythm; too little dialog; obscure motivations; changing the mood for no good reason; too many adjectives and adverbs; too little use of … Continue reading

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