What do The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay, and Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel have in common? They're all award-winning stories written by talented authors. Yet, these three books are also different genres, different styles of writing, different timelines and locations, different points of view, different everything! So what do… Continue reading How to Write a Novel with Multiple Storylines
This Twitter post came up on my Facebook feed this morning and I had to share it...on WordPress. ??? LOL (Yes, we live in a convoluted social media world.) https://twitter.com/AmandaBrookeAB/status/1067114345082101760 In the interest of full disclosure, I haven't read any of Amanda Brooke's books, yet. However, she seems to be a prolific writer. (She's about… Continue reading Persistence and Author Amanda Brooke
Another fun prompt! Click the link to the Carrot Ranch if you’d like to join.
This is a free-write flash fiction contest to qualify five writers to compete in the October TUFFest Ride event during the 2018 Flash Fiction Rodeo at Carrot Ranch. A free-write requires you to draft quickly.
You can revise, edit or polish. But you only have 24 hours which is not enough time to let a first draft set. We know that. We are looking at your free-write skills, your bravery to write freely according to a prompt.
Judges will examine how creative a writer can be within both time and word constraint. Charli Mills, Cynthia Drake and Laura Smyth all of Hancock, Michigan will judge all TUFF contests. Your free-write must follow all five rules to…
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