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Writing an action scene should be easy, right? Throw a few punches, maybe a kick or two, add in some blood, and you're done! Not quite. Recreating your favorite movie fight scenes might not be as appealing to readers as you might think. Writing an action scene takes careful planning, but there also needs to be a good reason behind the scene and it has to serve a purpose. Join us today for some tips and tricks for writing action scenes.
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Episode 58 – 10/29/2014 – Halloween Special
News and current events;
How to fight and win against credit card companies;
Homeland Security and what is happening at our airports;
Halloween history and some good tricks and treats;
The origin of pumpkin carving and other Halloween traditions;
Terry’s report on passing personages and book recommendations.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION WITH C.E.C.
WHY C.E.C IS SO IMPORTANT FOR EDUCATORS & STUDENTS
Danielle Kovach, The Clarissa Hug Teacher of the Year is our guest .
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Smartbrief Education presents SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING ONLINE AT UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS (MN) . UST's Jo Montie, Director of Special Ed Online Programsand Professor Dr. Lynn Stansberry-Bresnahan on how UST's online program can help prepare teachers for facilitating meaningful inclusion.
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The Cole Hansberry Show is a weekly internet radio broadcast featuring celebrity, news worthy, and special guest interviews. Things get spiced up with a review of the best Question of the Day conversation from the week posted on Cole's Facebook page and plenty of other suprises that only live radio can offer.
The Cole Hansberry Show w/ Special Guest Jeanie Tracy (Episode 3)
Original Air Date October 29, 2014/12 Noon (est)
This week's show Cole Hansberry explores the life and solid career of the Legendary 2 time Grammy Award winning recording artist Jeanie Tracy as a front vocal artist as well as some of her behind the scene projects that U would be amazed to find out that she participated on.
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Who likes bad dialog? Absolutely nobody. Trust me. Unless you are intentionally trying to make your characters sound stiff and unnatural (which there might be some reason for that), no reader wants to slog through stilted, awkward exchanges between your characters.
Today we'll be discussing some tips and tricks to make your dialog sound natural and flow through a scene without causing readers to lose interest or skim. Dialog can make or break a scene, so don't let weak speech patterns and word choice be the reason readers turn to another book.