Tag Archives: Fiction

Giving Critique

1.  Ask the author what kind of feedback they want. Stick to their guidelines If you are beta reading for structure or plot, you’ll need to skip over typos and grammar On the other hand—If you notice a writer making a … Continue reading

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Write the Rite Right

  On October 20, our president’s husband, Joe Milner, gave an informative and clever presentation entitled “Write the Rite Right.” He revealed examples of rituals and why we have them, and demonstrated how to incorporate realistic rituals in fiction. Some interesting … Continue reading

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Romance is in the Air

Hi All – It seemed only fitting, in this month of Valentines, to talk about romance. Take a quick look at these stories—Way of Kings (fantasy),The Lost Fleet (sci-fi), & Bourne Identity (action/thriller-film version).On the surface, they don’t have much … Continue reading

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A Review on Giving Critiques

Happy New Year! Surprise! I’m not going to talk about making writing goals for the year, or giving tips on how to complete them. Why not? Everyone has their own motivational structure–goals work for some, but can be super stressful … Continue reading

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