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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Plunge in or plan it?
Are you a plunger or a planner? When I did a TAFE writing and editing course last year I learnt about the Snowflake method of writing long fiction. The basic premise is your centre and you add layer upon layer … Continue reading
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Genres, crossing the boundaries with your writing.
I had some happy news this week – I won a writing award (The Mary Grant Bruce Gippsland Writer in the FAW Literary Awards) for a children’s story and it was the second year in a row that I have … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged crime, cross-genre, fiction, genres, romance, spec fic, travel, Writing 4 Comments
Media star or waffling idiot?
Having had what I think of as the misfortune of being interviewed for local radio and local television in recent weeks I came to wonder at what point do writers become less camera shy and more at ease with putting … Continue reading
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