Archive for May, 2018

Clued in to Writing with Jeopardy

Clued in To Writing with Jeopardy
by Marlene Mesot

Setting up a mystery with proper and fair clues takes skill. It is probably harder for the all-knowing writer, seeing the whole picture, who must take the pieces apart for the reader to find clues and put it back together. The reader is the fresh, unknowing eye upon the puzzle. The reader is not clueless however. Take an example from the quiz show Jeopardy.

If you have at least some idea of […]

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Writing a Book This Summer? A Contest for You

For many, summer means a bit more of a relaxed schedule – and maybe even some vacation time. School’s out, the days get longer, the weather is often nice (in this hemisphere, anyway :D). A great time to start a project – and for writers, that could be writing a book (or at least getting started on oneĀ  -or getting back to one you started before). If that’s you, here’s a contest to keep you motivated!

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