Survivor’s Guilt Type 2

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A long time ago I wrote a post on survivor’s guilt. It’s here if you care to take a look. No one talks much about PTSD with cancer survivors, I have touched on it here and here. Today…Today I discovered … Read More

Waiting, Patience, and Character

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Waiting, patience and how your character reacts… One more newsletter peek for you. Have you joined up yet? Please do right here: https://angeliquelamour.com/25-questions   More real-life situations for your characters:   I was in the market yesterday and was standing … Read More

Listening to Learn a New Writing Technique

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  There are dozens of craft books that are excellent. They teach writing techniques to use to plot, to develop voice, and to develop characters. Check out this link if you want my character questions and more. https://angeliquelamour.com/25-questions My latest … Read More

Stuck On A Scene? Write Your Way Out!

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Stuck? We’ve all been there. The scene isn’t working and you know it. You are stuck on a scene and seeking a way out. You may know what needs to occur (like I did this week) but hate the way … Read More

10 Questions to Develop Conflict Between Characters

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Let’s talk about conflict between characters. (This subject may seem familiar to those of you currently on my mailing list. I promise you new content in my blog as well but wanted to introduce the blog readers to the types … Read More

#NaNoWriMo Week Four: Writing Changes

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How can we be on week four of #NaNoWriMo already? Is it flying by for you, too? New president elect, one week from 11 million sick to 12 million sick, (WEAR A MASK, PEOPLE) and I have worked on 2 … Read More

Can You Fail #NaNoWriMo?

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Can we just chat for a minute? If you have followed me for a bit you know that I don’t believe in writer’s block. I seem to suffer from the other side of the equation. I have too many ideas! … Read More

4 Tips to Free Your Writing

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I don’t believe in writer’s block. But I did get stuck this week.  I am writing a middle grade book. This book is for a 9-12 year old reader who could be as young as 6 or 7 or as … Read More

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