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Tag Archives: Imagination
Throwdown Part 2: Write What You Don’t Know
by Fae Rowen When Laura Drake originally suggested this topic months ago I knew I would be on the “don’t know” end of the throwdown. Everyone else at Writers in the Storm writes about what they know. With Sharla Rae’s … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Miscellaneous, Other Obsessions Tagged Bret Anthony Johnston, Fae Rowen, Imagination, Jenny Hansen, Julian Hoxter, Laura Drake, Research, Rules, Sharla Rae, Throwdown, World Building, Write What You Don't Know, write what you know, Writers in the Storm, Writing Craft, Writing science fiction 23 Comments
6 Key Writing Lessons I’ve Learned From Horses: The Key of Knowledge
By D. A. WATT This is the second installment of a three part series. The first post focused on attitude. “Prior and proper preparation makes for peak performance. Like creating a novel that takes readers somewhere, amazing.” There are only three … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Inspiration Tagged A Story is a Promise, attitude, Beth Hill, Bill Johnson, Craft, D.A. Watt, Dwight Swain, horse, Imagination, James Scott Bell, Kathryn Stockett, Knowledge, learn in layers, Lessons I learned from horses, novel writing, Randy Ingermanson, Story, Susan Ramer, Techniques, Techniques of the Selling Writer, The Geyser 5-Step Approach to Revision, The Help, time, Tools, Vicki Hinze, Writers in the Storm, writing, Writing Craft, You is good, you is important, you is smart 8 Comments