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Vivenne Tuffnell guests at GonzoInk: The Moth’s Kiss

Moth’s kiss A moth of mythic proportions(or a myth of mothic proportions) by Vivienne Tuffnel I grew up with a brother who was obsessed with butterflies and moths, and bugs in general so I learned early not to show fear

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Oh my! Romance, crime fiction, and vampires all on GonzoInk with Debra Martin

I love offering guest spots to other authors, especially ones I enjoy, who I find throughout their social media presence, they are generous, positive, and supportive. Debra Martin is definitely one of those. I do hope you enjoy the character

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Touching the taboos: Vivienne Tuffnell guests

Touching the taboos ~ an essential part of novel development or jumping on the bandwagon? by Vivienne Tuffnell At first glance at the literary and creative world it might seem as though there are no taboos left. The recent explosion

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Enough Tips on Dialogue, It Could be Two Posts

Dialogue and Character Development  by AJ Barnett An important part of character development in a story, is the manner in which people speak – their dialogue. The way people speak says a lot about their outlook, upbringing and frame of

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Balancing peripheral characters with main characters

I was thrilled beyond the beyond when I asked Vivienne Tuffnell to guest for me; I LOVE her writing and have two of her books to prove it. She is articulate, eloquent, and daggone encouraging to others: a real and

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Need a Fast Tip to Adding Flesh to a Character? Put Words in His Mouth:

Dialogue and Character Development Series: Installment 2 Guest Post by Walter Shuler I’ve never considered myself particularly adept at writing dialogue, but I’ve received several happy-making comments from readers and beta readers for both Blood and Brass and Gods of

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the Water Witch cometh: -or- what happens when the character wants more

In April of last year I spent the entire month flashing around the blogospere in something I lovingly called: the blogstreak. I wrote 30 flash fiction pieces for 30 blogs and let them pick the genre. It stretched my writing

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The truth about the secret inspiration of a skeptic

Gordon Bonnet Guests at GonzoInk: Wednesdays is for Writers and at times, GonzoInk celebrates it with an exercise, an essay on writing, or a guest post by a writer. Today we have the latter two all wrapped up in one

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In which I explain a few things about Anomaly

Poor Anomaly. It’s not a great seller. It tries to make its creator happy and slip in a few sales each month, almost as if to say, “Hey Ma! Look at me. See, I can be good.” But really, they

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