Category Archives: Writing Craft and Editing

Writing Outside Your Comfort Zone by Maggie Mae Gallagher

Many people know that I write Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance. However, in the last year I branched out into unknown territory into the world of Erotic Romance under the name Anya Summers. What I never expected was how much … Continue reading

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Opposites Power – Yah!

 I know, it sounds obvious – the power of opposites –  but it really is worth breaking down the features of opposites to gain one of the most powerful writing tools you can have. Here’s three big reasons why I love … Continue reading

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It’s All About Relationships; Places Included- Guest Blogger Christine Feehan

When you think of books you love it’s more often the characters that make you love the story.  There may be magic powers, great romantic chemistry and a hook that draws you in, but it will always be relationships that … Continue reading

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Review: Manuscript Makeover: Revision Techniques No Fiction Writer Can Afford to Ignore

by Elizabeth Lyon A Perigee Book by the Penguin Group Manuscript Makeover has everything a writer needs to shape and hone her book. Elizabeth Lyon has been editing books professionally since the early 1980s, and has put everything she knows … Continue reading

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