Tag Archives: Novel Writing

It’s Never Too Early to Starting Branding

Kris Tualla retired from teaching school in 2006 after the youngest of her four children started college. She figured it was time to do something for herself, and she wanted to write romance novels. Of course, she had to learn how … Continue reading

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It’s a Marathon

  Even when Christine Finlayson was earning her bachelor’s degree in environmental science and her master’s in water resources, she knew what she really wanted to do was write about the environment, especially water. “I was always very drawn to … Continue reading

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Novel Writing 101: Character Development

Writing was the last thing Mark Mynheir wanted to do as he grew up. Being dyslexic, “From my earliest memories, the written word was my enemy,” he said. “I struggled through school kicking and screaming, hating every moment of it. … Continue reading

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Novel Writing 101: Mystery Structure

Kris Neri is an award-winning author of eight novels, owner of the Well Red Coyote bookstore in Sedona, Ariz., and instructor for the Writers’ Program of the UCLA Extension School and the Guppy Chapter of Sisters in Crime. While teaching … Continue reading

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Novel Writing 101: Outlining/Plotting

First published at the age of 16, Joyce Good Henderson is a writer, writing coach, photographer, and homecare nurse whose publications include fiction and nonfiction books as well as more than 400 articles in professional journals, blogs and online. She … Continue reading

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