Tag Archives: novel writing

Setting + Costumes = Stronger Characters

In theater, setting and costumes help the audience visualize the characters. There’s an art to choosing the perfect furniture piece or costume color. People who are good at dressing a show get paid a lot. Writers can use the same … Continue reading

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Mastering Body Language Earns a Best Actress Nomination

Today, in the Dallas Morning News movie critic Chris Vognar reviewed Glenn Close’s Oscar nominated performance where she plays a man secretly living as a woman in order to earn a steady wage in the harsh 19th-century Irish economy. Since we … Continue reading

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Writing Journey

Do you have a burning desire to write a novel? What if I told you the writing journey was a tough one? Would you still choose to write? When I started down the road to publication, I had no idea how … Continue reading

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Ever wished YOU could REINVENT yourself?

Available for immediate download at http://www.amazon.com Check out Reinventing Leona, a Tyndale House Publishers Digital First 2011 new release at:  Amazon or Mobipocket.   Politicians and actors regularly transform their lives. Embarrassing situations are not career enders for them but rather opportunities to … Continue reading

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