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WRITING – HOBBY, PROFESSION or THERAPY? by Tony Thorne MBE

An author’s account of his hard way up, from SciFi fan and fan magazine editor, to Design Engineering Business Executive, Software Consultant, and finally retirement as a prolific writer of near future speculative novels and short stories.

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To Oneself – the Author, we talk: Transitioning the writing

An author must understand their audience well and move them through the province of such style that eliminates a choice of right or wrong.

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Success doesn’t come easy

If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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Help Crush Your Fear of Writing with These Two Things

If the fear of writing is getting you down, it’s time for some basic preparations that will crush this nasty nemesis and fortress your efforts.

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HOW TO CRAFT A PERFECT SCENE

Each scene should either advance your plot or reveal information about your character. If your scene does neither, cut it. People tend to skim or skip over scenes that have no clear goal.

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Make it count!

We must get inside the minds of our readers and determine how to present our arguments so as to have this effect.

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How to Write Great Fight Scenes

So, in case you’re interested, here’s my advice on how to write a great fight scene.

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You Are An Author: Keep moving forward and remain steadfast!

This poem was written to encourage authors to keep moving forward and remain steadfast!

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Interacting With Authors On Twitter

Twitter is a great tool, not just for promoting your work, but also for communicating with other authors. It is the perfect way to put yourself out there.

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An Author’s Voice: The Verb Vixen

Your voice is what makes your writing yours. Take a pilgrimage to discover it, take a road that no one has told you about, including me. You have choices. Choose.