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After the "false apex" and reflection of Part Four, the goals of your main characters need to be readdressed. They may even need some adjustment. Marji and Fay will work through this Fifth Part of the novel skeleton - the writing bones - using some popular movies as examples of these parts and their connected sections.
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This is the fourth segment of discussion on the key elements that all authors should include in their books. Tonight's topics are dialogue and conflict. Marji and Fay focus on issues that will help authors get their masterpieces prepped and... more

Trey Ganem has been designing unique, custom caskets for almost a quarter of a century in Edna, Texas. He's designed thousands of caskets since then, for adults and children, for sports stars, celebrities, and recently for victims of the... more

Lena and Becky will chat about Becky's writing life, her books, and her Christy award banquet, among other things.

Angela Breidenbach, host of Historically Speaking, visits with Susan G. Mathis about how her own Irish family history inspired the love story in her novel. www.SusanGMathis.com Book: The Fabric of Hope: An Irish Family Legacy... more

Interview with author, Kyle Robert Shultz.

This is the fourth segment of discussion on the key elements that all authors should include in their books. Plot is the vehicle for the story. It carries your story along. Pacing is the accelerator for the car. Learn some hints about story... more

Jen's book, A Wife's Secret of Happiness, applies to all marriages, not matter how long you've been married. The book would also make a wonderful gift for a woman who is going to get married.

Interview with voice over artist Randy Streu

After Janet graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a degree in journalism, she married her high school sweetheart Craig and worked as a newspaper reporter and editor. They eventually settled down in the Sierra Valley... more

This is the second segment of discussion on the key elements that all authors should include in their books. Tonight's topics are Deep Point of View and Showing vs. Telling. Getting your novel prepared for sharing, either as an... more

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