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Using Scrivener

Monday, the first of June, I’m starting a new book again. I wrote two books in quick succession, so I needed a break of about two weeks. It was nice, but now I’m ready to write again. Not that I haven’t been plotting, but it’s different. I’m planning on using Scrivener again. I’ve used it […]

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Self-Care for Writers

*crawls out of writing cave* Oh, finally, sunlight. I feel like I’ve been so busy with my novels lately, I’ll probably burst into dust as soon as I step outside. Finally, The Exciting Life of a Minor Character is ready, and I can take a break. Seeing as how I’ve been so busy, I have […]

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Write In Bursts

Especially when writing is your day job, it’s easy to have this image of sitting in front of your screen, typing away all day long. I don’t know about you, but my brain can’t focus that long without falling out. With a bit of experimenting, I found out that I can focus the best when […]

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How to Create Realistic Characters

Would you want to follow the story of someone who is as boring as an empty gum wrapper? Would you be emotionally invested if the characters all seem to be the same two-dimensional person? Even if you write a plot-driven book, you need interesting characters that the reader can identify with. Otherwise, all the stuff […]

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Dealing with Feedback

Getting feedback on your novel is a terrifying gift. Always be grateful that someone took the time to read your work and provided you with feedback. It is incredibly valuable, assuming the feedback was constructive. Dealing with feedback is unavoidable in the writing business. And life. There are a few things to keep in mind […]

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Morgan W. Silver

Looking for a Great Book to Read? Look No Further!

When Clara arrives in the picturesque village of Greystone to work as a maid, things are about to get nasty. And not just because she’s decided to open the door to her past and pull off one more con. This con is different, though. It’s personal. She just doesn’t realise how personal, yet. Because she’s about to make friends, she’s about to care, and worst of all, she can’t stop thinking about that charming detective who seems both suspicious and drawn to her. This might become a mess she won't be able to clean up. But things get messier when someone ends up dead. Her street smarts come in handy, though, and she’s about to find out she’s maid for murder.

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