Tag Archives: Randy Ingermanson

So You Want to Write a Book – 5

Writers generally become writers because they are readers first. Actually, they are readers first, last, and always. Most writers I know have a shelf (or several shelves) full  of books. Some of them are for reading pleasure; some are for … Continue reading

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So You Want to Write a Book – 2

Now that you have a vision for your book, you can begin to work on some other aspects of being a writer. One of the first things you will need is structure – both for yourself and your book. Writing … Continue reading

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Writing Is a Multi-faceted Project

Early in my journey to publication, I ran across Randy Ingermanson.  Well, not actually. I didn’t run him down in my vehicle, but I found his Snowflake project. And I found his novels. Confession time:  I’ve not read all of … Continue reading

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ACFW Debriefing

Home early Monday morning after a twelve-plus hour train ride, I’ve spent the last day or two trying to catch up with my sleep, my laundry, my ordinaries. Trying to integrate all the things I learned in the various classes … Continue reading

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ACFW Day Two

Because I need to get down to the business of writing very seriously, I chose to sit in Jeff Gerke’s class on Write Your Novel in Thirty Days. Enter Jeff in a  “frock” which was essentially a beige tablecloth bordered … Continue reading

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