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carolinamtne last won the day on January 17

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  1. How Katie Weiland Uses Scrivener

    Now that would be an interesting story! Thanks for the encouragement.
  2. New Writer Here-pk Mitchell

    Welcome. Congratulations on your first book. Hopefully the next won't take quite so long.
  3. Hello!

    Welcome. Good to have you aboard.
  4. Publisher Solicitation Alert

    And people who need jobs will keep working for companies like this, so there are more victims than just the unsuspecting authors.
  5. Two problems with this website: 1) I'm addicted to it, and 2) I keep filing away websites and writing tips and other assorted good stuff that I'm not going to find time to read. Thank you very much for all the good stuff.
  6. Author Inside Circle

    This would make a fantastic story! I'd love to read it!
  7. How Katie Weiland Uses Scrivener

    Thank you. I will read and memorize, and then try it out.
  8. Writing The Big Fat Book

    Good luck with caring for your trigger finger(s). That can be painful.
  9. What's The Difference?

    You have to be careful when you Google. I typed in writing through line, and this is what came up first: The equation of a line is typically written as y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. If you know two points that a line passes through, this page will show you how to find the equation of the line. So I went on, and ... In works of fiction, a theme is the central idea or ideas explored in the story. Literary themes might be the subject matter or present itself as a message within the larger story.Nov 19, 2017 The Definition of Theme in Literature - The Balance https://www.thebalance.com/what-theme-means-in-literature-1277140 From writersdigest.com, http://www.writersdigest.com/whats-new/what-is-the-throughline-of-a-novel-and-why-its-important-you-have-one The best way to travel the length of your story is to grab hold of the throughline—the driving force of the book—and refuse to let go. There can, of course, be more than one throughline in a book. But as you will see, there should always be one fundamental throughline that pulls the reader from beginning to end. And this is never more important than when writing for young readers.
  10. List Your Favorite Digital Tools

    That's quite a list. I know a few of them. I'll get looking at the rest.
  11. Writer's Block Busting

    As I have said before, this place is addictive! I'm going to have to completely retire just to keep up!
  12. Hi This Is Me, 'a Sinner Saved By Grace'

    Welcome. Yes, God is always with us when the going gets tough, but even when things are going well. We need to give thanks, as Paul said, in all things.
  13. Author Inside Circle

    I'm here. And, yes, God has brought many important people into my life. Thanks for reminding me.
  14. Publisher Solicitation Alert

    Thanks for the heads up.
  15. Writer's Block Busting

    Is this related to a lost lamb?

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