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Write What You Know? Writing as an Astral Projection Device

Write What You Know

Write What You Know? Writing as an Astral Projection Device Write what you know? Is that the belief crime writers go by? I don’t think so. Most of us will never commit a crime worthy of a police investigation. We’ll never encounter a career criminal. Although I’ve never been in a fist fight I can […]

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10 Reasons to Write Crime Fiction

Crime Fiction

10 Reasons to Write Crime Fiction Don’t you wish you could get back at men who are bullies and jerks, those women who are gold-diggers and narcissists? You can by writing crime fiction. I never wanted to hang out in a cop bar, or be a cop, but police work has always fascinated me. Most […]

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How to Make a Monster: An interview with Pike Stephenson

Pike Stephenson

How to Make a Monster:  An interview with Pike Stephenson Hello my fellow book worms. Here is number three of my author interviews. Please welcome Pike Stephenson.  Pike Stephenson is the author of numerous articles, short stories, and several novellas. His first book, Frenzy, was his leap into full-length fiction. When he isn’t writing he takes care […]

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How To Easily Write Essays in 4 Steps

Write Essays

How To Easily Write Essays Looking back, I remember having to write a lot of papers about everything from the Civil War to George Orwell’s 1984. I’m going to show you how to easily write essays. Just follow these simple steps. First off, you have to know what you are writing about, or else it’s a […]

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Your Story Is Intellectual Property: Words As Infinite Currency

Click On Picture Above To View Video Your Story Is Intellectual Property: Words As Infinite Currency When I first started to crank out screenplay after screenplay in L.A., some legally savvy friends advised me to register my works, as a way of protecting my precious words. They introduced me to the term “intellectual property”: copyrights, trademarks, […]

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Be a Published Author! Anthologies and Co-Authorships Make Sense

So you want to be a published author, eh? There’s a writer inside and s(he) is GOING NUTS waiting for you to write and publish that book–has been for years! What are you going to do about it? The time’s not right I have no money I don’t know where to start It’s really not […]

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Are you Writing A Screenplay Treatment?

Judith Cassis

Are you Writing A Screenplay Treatment? So, you’ve written a great book. Excellent! Now you’re ready to shop it as a screenplay and you’re not sure where to start. Glad you decided to stop by. The opportunity to slide your story under the nose of a Hollywood exec is remote at best, yet many writers […]

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Having the Last Say: Capturing Your Legacy

http://traffic.libsyn.com/nancyferrarimedia/30412068-138625394.mp3Podcast (member-channel): Play in new window | DownloadIn this episode of The Nancy Ferrari Show, I welcome Alan Gelb, writing coach, author of numerous fiction and non-fiction books, who will share his latest book “Having the Last Say: Capturing Your Legacy in One Small Story”. As Alan is one of the 75+ million babyboomers, he […]

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