Monthly Archives: July 2016

Editing Specials for #Pg70Pit Authors

#Pg70Pit Editing Specials Voice can be HARD. You’ve got great characters, you’ve got a great plot—but how can you get your words to sing? How do you take sentences and turn them into something that draws the reader into your … Continue reading

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#Pg70Pit Adult Winners Part 2

In the pg70pit contest, judges score entries based on the strength of their writing voice. These fourteen 70th pages from unpublished manuscripts got the highest scores in the adult category. The fourteen winners are divided equally between this blog and … Continue reading

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Writing Dialogue, Part 2: What Speech Reveals

Do you struggle with writing dialogue that feels both believable and profitable to your story? You’re not the only one! It doesn’t always come naturally, but it doesn’t have to be impossible. This is the second of three articles in … Continue reading

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