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THE MIDDLE COUNTS TOO

by Sherrie ClarkThe beginning of your book should be the set up where you explain characters, relationships, the setting, and the situation or the conflict. Your first words are the ones that are going to grab readers and hook them. But don’t let up. You still must strive to keep them glued to the pages

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Hook ‘Em with a Hook

by Sherrie ClarkWhen you’re deciding whether or not to buy a book, what is it that tips the scale and converts you from a potential reader to a reader? Chances are there was something about that book that hooked you.What is a hook? It is something that compels someone to say, “I’ve got to know

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PERSISTENCE PERFECTS YOUR WRITING

by Sherrie ClarkA cabbie was stopped by a young man in Manhattan who asked, “How do I get to Carnegie Hall?”“Practice,” replied the cabbie.So goes it with writing. Write always and always write. As with anything, the more you do it, the better you’ll become. Build those writing muscles so that you can convey your

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RESEARCH, RESEARCH, AND THEN RESEARCH AGAIN

by Sherrie ClarkWriting a book can be a very exciting journey, but where it ends up is going to depend a lot on effort, and within that effort is you rolling up your sleeves and performing research.Actually, research isn’t the monster it’s reputed to be. It can be a fun adventure, and oh my, the

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STORY VS. PLOT: WHAT IS WHICH?

by Sherrie ClarkWe’ve all heard the words story and plot when it comes to books, but these two terms frequently get confused and are used interchangeably. Actually, they each have a different meaning and a different purpose. As a writer, knowing the difference would behoove you and your readers.Story is the idea. It’s the emotional

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THE DREADED WRITER’S BLOCK SYNDROME

by Sherrie ClarkIt’s nine o’clock in the evening. The kids are asleep, and your spouse is in bed reading a good book.You stare at your computer screen. It’s white, and that’s all it is…just white and void of any black words. You hear the clock ticking in the background, wondering why it sounds so loud.

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