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If a writer had no “backspace” ooh…that’s not a bad title!

I’m but a single writing who seems to’ve lost my way (YES!  I just made up that contraction!)  I’m but a single writer (did I really just write “writing”?)…I’ll try again.  I’m but a wingle writer (lol…I wrote wingle!)…I’m but a single writer, who seems to’ve lost my way…I had a point…Ah yes!  Now I’m […]

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Paving Kallan’s Journey

The moment a reader becomes a writer, they find themselves with a list of instructions. A Scribophile member had asked in the forums what writing system everyone used for their book.  Although this process is very subjective, I posted my response below.  It was received so well, that I decided to post it here. After […]

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Making Kallan’s World Real

Tales of the Drui: Lorlenalin’s Lies was finished at 250,000 words. Because the book was so long, I had a problem with remembering the full story and events at any one given time. This was wonderful as, every time I read my book from “cover to cover” so to speak, I had forgotten most of […]

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Grab Bag (US Only)

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Grab Bag (Global)

And if you love raffle drawings, check out this one for the Holiday! `*•.¸(`*•.¸(`*•.¸(`*•.¸¸.•*´)¸.•*´)¸.•*´)¸.•*´ •••$100 AMAZON GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY••• ¸.•*´(¸.•*´(¸.•*´(¸.•*´`*•.¸)`*•.¸)`*•.¸)`*•.¸ Sign up for our Newsletters and be entered to win a $100 Amazon Giftcard, $10 Amazon Gift Card, or eBooks. * * * We want a way to send our updates and special news directly to […]

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Haskins and The Gorfs of Euros

WHEN WRITER’S ARE BORED… …we compose writing games.  Once, I was fortunate enough to work a day job with a fellow writer.  Needless to say there were days where work was slow and we filled the time with writing games.  My favorite is still choose-a-word/use-a-word.  The purpose of the game was to pick an unusual […]

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