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Thank You

Posted 2nd September 2011 at 11:15 PM by StormFeather

I've struggled a bit recently with various stuff, and my general confidence has taken a huge knock.

However, through various posts and messages, I've received some lovely support recently from the very special people on this site.

So THANK YOU!

In one way or another I've been buoyed up here, and I just wanted to say, I appreciate it.


Cheers!

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Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Posted 23rd August 2011 at 08:38 PM by StormFeather

I would like to post my current frustrations into this blog, but fear that my ranting would make people run away screaming, as it's relationship stuff.

So, I shall just keep smiling and pretending that I'm ok with everything, and in fact that maybe I'm finding a situation slightly amusing, when what I actually want to do is scream, shout and generally have a good old bout of hysteria.

I am about to open a nice bottle of wine, sit and read through the 75 word challenge...
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Wise witterings from my Clarion Tutors (part 1)

Posted 22nd August 2011 at 11:02 AM by J-WO (An on-line decline and fall...)

Part one of a short yet shapely series-

http://jamesworrad.blogspot.com/2011...on-tutors.html

Hope this is of use, my darling Chronlings. More on its way!
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REVISIONS <Cue the Spooky Music> Continued

Posted 21st August 2011 at 09:54 PM by Teresa Edgerton (Epistles from a Goblin Princess)

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Part II

Plot Holes

You canít fix plot holes by patching them; you do so by weaving loose threads back in. A plot hole occurs when there is something you havenít thought out sufficiently, usually something much earlier in the story. Patching on new characters or situations to fix it rarely works, as the hole in the fabric of the story is still there under the patch, and discerning readers will detect it despite your best efforts at disguise.
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REVISIONS <Cue the Spooky Music>

Posted 21st August 2011 at 09:46 PM by Teresa Edgerton (Epistles from a Goblin Princess)
Updated 23rd December 2012 at 06:18 AM by Teresa Edgerton

Instead of the entry I was planning to post this time, I've decided to post this one instead because it seems more timely in terms of discussions taking place on the forums. (Weekly posts are beginning to be too much, so I'll probably be adding something every 10-14 days.)


REVISIONS
How to Handle them and Still Retain Your Sanity


Part I

Some writers love doing revisions. Now that they have taken care of the basics they can have fun filling
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