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  • Started by Saytue Saye
    Hi, I think this is my first post, so i'll go head and introduce myself. I'm Saytue and I'm one those people dat does a lot of things, because I'm gifted in those thin...
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  • Started by Zetta Brown
    Last reply by Zetta Brown
    Hi everyone! I wrote a new blog post for my Zetta's Desk blog called "Who Farted? : Why Character Development is Important to Plot." I wanted to address the subject with a bit a humor, because I simply cannot be serious all the time. :)
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  • Started by Carolyn Haley
    Last reply by Candy Fite
    A good article about character development on the below-listed blog. It was initially posted on the CHARACTERS forum. Some of the advice is applicable to forming concepts for query letters and synopses.
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  • Really helpful especially for new YA author like me (my novel, LIE is coming out on August 30th from St. Martin's Press)!  I would add that think of how your novel is...
  • He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches. --Bernard Shaw, Man and SupermanI've always thought of this quote as supercilious bollocks. Teachers are DOING SOMETHING -- t...
  • One of my favorite things to do is just put two characters in a scene together and see what happens.  Sometimes my first draft of a "talkier" scene is all dialogue.  I...