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How To Improve Your Writing Skills

Whether you’re a blogger, student, or aspiring author, learning to improve your writing is a skill that can be used for years to come. With a little practice, research, and creative choice, you’ll be on the right track. Dana Fox … Continue reading

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Why You Need a Logline

What is a logline? It’s a summarization of your story in three sentences.  Can you do it?  A few months ago, one of SWG’s speakers spoke about creating your logline…the backbone of facts from which you can then create the body of … Continue reading

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Publish Your Own Anthology

Writing short stories will give you fresh insights and help hone your writing skills. It will also help to tighten those words and thoughts into a publishable collection. You can create an anthology of your own, or others’short stories! Pick … Continue reading

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Dr. Nancy Allen – April Speaker

Nancy Allen practiced law for fifteen years as Assistant Missouri Attorney General and Assistant Prosecutor in her native Ozarks. She’s tried over thirty jury cases, including murder and sexual offenses, and is now an adjunct professor of law at Missouri … Continue reading

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K.D. McCrite – March Speaker

“Being Professional Before, During, and After”  March 26 1:00 p.m. Heritage Cafeteria, Corner of Battlefield & Fremont Springfield, MO A native of the Ozarks, K.D. McCrite primarily writes books set in the mountains of Missouri and Arkansas. Her stories are … Continue reading

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