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A Field Mouse, A Crow, and A Writing Lesson

by Fae Rowen My living room deck is a lizard freeway. It serves as a form of kitty TV for my Siamese warrior cat. One afternoon this summer I caught movement out of the corner of my eye. Since I’ve … Continue reading

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A Bow To Our Readers: Share Your Writing!

By Laura Drake We love seeing what our readers are up to – so here’s your chance!  This month, I’m thinking about middles, since I’m near the middle of my WIP, and worrying about sagging (and for once, it’s not … Continue reading

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Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love – Part Five

Today Fae Rowen wraps up her series on attachment models and the science of falling in love. If you missed Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, or Part 4 where she describes the early childhood adaptations and the “repairs” for … Continue reading

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Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love: Part Four

NOTE: Thank you to everyone who commented on the two-part blog by Jane Porter. Congratulations to lrtrovi who’s the winner of Jane’s “goodie bag.” This is Part Four is a five-part series on the science of why (and how) we … Continue reading

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Love at first line: Opening sentences that grab

It’s your first sentence. The opening line to your masterpiece. The words that will grab your reader and pull him into your world. They. Have. To. Be. Perfect. No pressure. We’re not here to give you a lesson in writing … Continue reading

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Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love: Part Three

We have a lucky reader who took the time to comment on Kat Martin’s Real Setting blog. Writers in the Storm is pleased to announce that random.org picked comment #3 as the winner of Kat’s new release AGAINST THE EDGE. … Continue reading

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Stellar Writing Sells!

It’s been awhile but, sparing precious time away from her new granddaughter, Margie Lawson is back with us at Writers in the Storm. Laura Drake and Fae Rowen can testify to Margie’s talents as a writing teacher. Here’s another great … Continue reading

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WriterStrong: Adding Humor to Your Writing

Writers in the Storm welcomes back James R. Preston with tips on how–and when–to add humor to your WIP, no matter the genre. Here he is with a fun-filled Laugh?  I Thought I’d Die WriterStrong post. by James R. Preston … Continue reading

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Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love: Part 2

First, our hearts go out to those directly affected by the bombing at the Boston Marathon.  We all have indirectly been affected by this act of terror–life is not as carefree as it was this past week-end.  Today’s blog is … Continue reading

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Why We (and our characters) Fall in Love: Part 1

by Fae Rowen Backstory: I always wondered why my husband fell in love with me. He was a thirty-year-old “confirmed” bachelor when I met him. And I never intended to marry anyone. Six months after we met, we were engaged. … Continue reading

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