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Tag Archives: PBR
Book signings Aren’t Dead
By Laura Drake I’ll say it right up front – I’m a promo-ho. Hey, successful authorship nowadays all about discoverability and I’m not afraid to fall on my face to get my name out there. I wrote and sold a … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellaneous Tagged book signings, Laura Drake, Melissa Cutler, Nothing Sweeter, PBR, Sweet on a Cowboy 60 Comments
By Laura Drake If you’ve followed our blogs here at WITS very long, you’ve seen that there’s a lot more to us than the stories we write. We all have other interests; Sharla has her dolls, Fae has cats and … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellaneous, Other Obsessions Tagged Cowboys, Fae Rowen, grand central, Jenny Hansen, Laura Drake, PBR, PBRnow.com, Pro Bull Riding, Rodeo, Sharla Rae, The Sweet Spot, Writers in the Storm 23 Comments
Smart Writers Expand Time – From Margie Lawson!
By Margie Lawson A BIG THANK YOU to Mega-Talented Laura Drake for inviting me to be her guest blogger today! Writers are all powerful. Well, in their fictional worlds they are all powerful. Two of the 74,386 story dynamics that … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft, Margie Lawson Tagged Alex Ratcliff, alliteration, asyndeton, backloading, Body language, Bronwen Jones, bull riding, cadence, dialgue cues, diane wied, expanding time, grand central, Joan Swan, Kimberle Swaak, Laura Drake, lisa norman, Margie Lawson, Margie Lawson's Writer's Academy, mario Acevedo, Masters Immersion class, nonverbal clues, onomatopoeia, PBR, polysyndeton, rhetorical devices, simile, specificity, Superromance, visceral responses, Writers in the Storm 53 Comments
THROWDOWN: Write What You Know vs Write What You Don’t Know
By Laura Drake I’m probably the poster child for the “Write what you know” side of the throwdown. Why? I’ll out myself at the end of this post. Let me answer the easy one first. How? For the last ten years I’ve had an … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Inspiration, Miscellaneous, Other Obsessions Tagged Chris Shivers, motorcycle riding, motorcycling, PBR, Pro Bull Riding, write what you know, writing, Writing Life 32 Comments