In Omnia Paratus: Life Is Short. Write Well.

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Writer’s Clay

Google is your friend. So are, well, friends.

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Lazy research is a huge problem.

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Defining the genre you didn’t know you knew.

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I write women’s fiction.

Women’s fiction is a genre where the female main character’s emotional journey is the point of the story.

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It’s no secret that Luke Danes is smitten with Lorelai Gilmore.

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Intro

Characters & Characterization

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References to Other Works Boosts Yours

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I’m one of those sad souls who didn’t know about Gilmore Girls when it first aired and came to love it only when it hit Netflix.

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How We Learn All about Paris with Just a Few Details

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Why Good Dialogue Isn’t Realistic . . . but Feels Real

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Annette Lyon

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