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- “Diverse” Settings For Two Reasons
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Tag Archives: settings
Today, I am privileged to introduce David Ellis, award winning poet, whose thoughtful piece on settings without restriction has transported me into faraway places. I just love your mantra, David: I must remember it next time I venture out in … Continue reading →
Today, Lela Markham shares a valuable message about settings for a book. A very warm welcome to my long-standing friend from Authonomy days; we are privileged to have you with us, Lela – over to you. *** Some years ago, … Continue reading →
Next Tuesday my regular weekly blog for guest authors will revive! The theme will be settings. And I have some well known authors in mind to share a few tips on the techniques of using settings to enhance their stories. … Continue reading →