Archive for January 24th, 2009

Jan 24 2009

What is the appeal of three-column websites?

I provide advice about how to write novels, comic books and graphic novels. Most of my content applies to fiction-writing in general, but I also provide articles specifically about superhero stories.

Just wondering.

(We’ve also considered the appeal of Twilight and The Hulk).

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Jan 24 2009

Your Title is Bad, But You Can Fix It (Part 10)

Published by under Titles,Writing Articles

Cadet Davis reviews and revises the titles of 30 manuscripts submitted to a writing workshop. This will help you evaluate and improve your titles.

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Jan 24 2009

Please be careful with the phrase “Then he remembered…”

Published by under Writing Articles

“Then she remembered…” is usually an awkward way to remind readers of backstory.  Additionally, it creates sentences that depend on a boring verb (remembered).   For example, let’s say John is investigating a murder that may have been committed by his friend Cathy.

Cathy said that she had been on a safari when the victim was murdered.  Then John remembered that she was actually deathly afraid of large animals.

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