Monthly Archives: June 2016

When Your Characters Take Charge…

Let’s say you’re working on a scene in your story. It’s supposed to be a turning point. You know what’s at stake. You know which characters will be involved. You know what you want to have happen. You know how … Continue reading

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Red Flags of Writing Contests

  First timer While every contest has to start somewhere, still keep your eyes open with an inaugural launch. Even with the best of intentions, they may not have ironed out the wrinkles of managing such events. No humans Generic … Continue reading

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14 Words That Are Their Own Opposites

Here’s an ambiguous sentence for you: “Because of the agency’s oversight, the corporation’s behavior was sanctioned.” Does that mean, ‘Because the agency oversaw the company’s behavior, they … Source: 14 Words That Are Their Own Opposites

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Yancy Caruthers – June Speaker

Yancy Caruthers served 20 years in the U.S. Army Reserves, while simultaneously advancing his civilian career as a Registered Nurse in intensive care and emergency/trauma fields.  He served two tours in Iraq.  Following his military career, he continued to serve his country as … Continue reading

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