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I should probably write this out and post it on my wall. As an American, I have this fixed idea about what should… fb.me/2WT1QrBLz

Brent Spiner’s voice, as you hear it in this video, is an EXACT MATCH to the voice that called me on my landline… fb.me/sRhmbvtH

Valuable writing advice, especially for us writers whose writing is like science fiction. fb.me/71HMPlm5H

Fiction University: Writing Basics: How to Punctuate Dialogue via @Janice_Hardy  buff.ly/1Us8RIA

How to Know When to Write The End helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/when-to-write-

My oven has a couple spots. I am hitting them now before they get too entrenched…. fb.me/2IAREBRBK

Everything You Need to Know About Writing a 3rd-Person POV ow.ly/4mOBdX #amwriting

Going to make this a favorite at my Twitter page. Love this music. fb.me/2vwnsaoXG

I’ll try to remember this as I portray Jesus and Satan for my next book. That book will take a while to write…. fb.me/5uaWHWKq4

The 4-Step Checklist for Your Story’s Opening Scene bit.ly/1WOFnpB #amwriting

Bunions: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment articles.mercola.com/sites/articles via @mercola

How to Create a Complex Moral Argument for Your Theme bit.ly/1XCqrtC #amwriting

Possibly helpful for joint problems. fb.me/77mQOIAPx

How to Write the Perfect Plot (in 2 Easy Steps) bit.ly/1UHozxp #amwriting

When using multiple POVs, remember each character’s perspective of others will influence readers’ feelings about them all. #writetip

Jesus himself told me that the UFOs are Satan’s fallen angels…. fb.me/4FTfciXYv

Great teaching on the sons of God, the fallen angels by Dr. Fruchtenbaum:… fb.me/4vxCWmucZ

Valuable research for my book Jesus, the Eternal Bridegroom: Robin Williams from Heaven. fb.me/2oQfmelsd

More research for my book about Satan and his fall, as Satan is the main antagonist in my book. fb.me/3hfwo9ZRJ

This makes sense about Satan, his fall and the original creation (in light of my deep Bible studies). Great… fb.me/159DWT3SF

More research notes about Song of Solomon for book in progress Jesus, the Eternal Bridegroom: Robin Williams from… fb.me/7V2pSWFMg

“Every sentence must do one of two things–reveal character or advance the action.”-Kurt Vonnegut #amwriting

How to Write Story Conflict Readers Care About ow.ly/qvV2301A2RP #amwriting

My present book was stuck, until I made Jesus the protagonist. I didn’t want to do this, because I knew it would… fb.me/FbVBMdoH

Interesting insight. I may be able to use some of this in my next book about Jesus Christ. fb.me/L4xbybuP

5 Secrets of Complex Supporting Characters ow.ly/tqhX301Gdcf #amwriting

Character motivations drive your story. The protagonist’s motivation is what informs his goal, which is what creates the plot. #writetip

My next book is actually a romance. It is the love story of Christ for his bride. I believe that the best… fb.me/7qCFZ3w1J

Great writing advice for any character writer like myself. I have to keep this in mind when I finally get around… fb.me/9vU24kpoa

Personal stakes can be introduced *before* the main conflict – since not all stories allow for the conflict to explode on Page 1. #writetip

Some profound spiritual perspective on Jesuit clones. facebook.com/your.Gabrielle

How to Choose an Immersive Setting by @beccapuglisi ow.ly/VFnU301V61x #amwriting

Good advice for writing middles. fb.me/7ygHCh1Qe

How divinely providential. It’s like Jesus is reinforcing to me what he wants to be the theme of my book. fb.me/2e0bpC4Dt

Yes! Again, I am seeing stuff that resonates the theme of my upcoming book. How divinely providential. I was… fb.me/776trOErO

BRILLIANT WISDOM. This is basically the theme of my next book! I need to save this in my writing notes. fb.me/2Z5xYbfQF

If your story allows, stage at least one scene in your character’s personal surroundings. #writetip

Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.-William Wordsworth #amwriting

Sketch the setting briefly when the characters first enter it, then scatter important details throughout the scene. #writetip

1 of 2: Literature exists to create memories so true & important that we allow them to become part of ourselves-

I have to remember this next time I clean my oven. I hate the fumes from chemical cleaners. fb.me/6IyJyJakk

Use “fewer” to indicate things that can be counted and “less” to indicate things that cannot be counted. #writetip

@KMWeiland ‘s character interview resource really helped me with my outline. wp.me/p7NZgS-3C

In a story, everything that happens can be separated into two categories: causes (motivations) and effects (reactions). #writetip

7 Questions You Have About Scenes vs. Chapters ow.ly/GGew304zbUv #amwriting

Excellent writing advice about outlining for a novel. fb.me/UtER2FS7

BRILLIANT. 1. The Thing the Character Wants Prompts the external plot goal. Is a conscious desire on the part… fb.me/6n0tA70ek

Overarching goals that require several scenes to accomplish do not negate the need for individual goals within each interim scene. #writetip

Fixing plot holes in a novel. fb.me/8dJER1QKX

7 Questions To Ask When Creating Character Goals by @StephMorrillvia @GoTeenWriters ow.ly/tG9L305vLMk#amwriting

3 Steps to Find the Heart of Your Story (How to Outline for #NaNoWriMo, Pt. 3) ow.ly/1GQ3305y5hg #amwriting

How to Properly Motivate Your Bad Guy ow.ly/iVu5305Aurf #amwriting

How to Properly Motivate Your Bad Guy by ow.ly/sZK7305DyYr #amwriting

Weather is a powerful tool. Want to know what a story is really about? Look at the most obvious subtext of all: the weather. #writetip

Should You Outline Your Novel? (And Why Maybe You Already Are) ow.ly/ESEE305E54X #amwriting

When the time comes to sow your backstory into your main story, remember this rule of thumb: Only share backstory… https://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/nanowrimo-outlining-how-much-backstory/

Take Full Advantage of Your Story’s Premise bit.ly/2enNdpr #amwriting

When you let readers know there’s something delicious in a character’s past, they’ll keep reading just to solve the mystery. #writetip

Character Motivation Entry: To Right a Deep Wrong by @AngelaAckerman
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How to Write Unexpected Story Events ow.ly/Iw5d306hCdN #amwriting

7 Things You Need to Know About Plotting and Editing ow.ly/mizn306hDfT #amwriting

Subjecting characters to the worst thing that could happen to them is about finding specific weaknesses and twisting the knife. #writetip

Great advice on writing dialogue in a novel, even a non-fiction novel. writingeekery.com/dialogue/?plat

Word choice is the single most important factor in your presentation of your stories. #writetip

Your Novel’s First Scene: How to Start Right by @JaneFriedman
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Your word choice not only builds your individual voice, it also influences the tone of each character within that story.

Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 54: Story Events That Don’t Move the Plot bit.ly/writing-mistak  #amwriting

3 Tips for Weaving Together Your Story’s Pieces in Your Outline ow.ly/8yc6306Q6YD #amwriting

Have you Created Characters or Caricatures? by @shesnovel buff.ly/2fRMii2

The Wound-Because Damaged People Make the BEST Stories by

How to Write a Scene Outline You Can Use ow.ly/s3NH306Q7sb #amwriting

A radical proposal: US should work to built a 3-way partnership with Russia and China –https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/dec/5/big-three-america-russia-and-china-must-join-hands/

3 ways writers fail to get maximum impact from a story – and what to do instead by

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3 Things to Do if Your Antagonist Is Taking Over Your Story bit.ly/antag-taking-o #amwriting

A Surefire Way to Raise the Stakes in Your Story ow.ly/WXqj306Q7Jz #amwriting

Archetypes for the Supporting Cast in Your Novel by

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How to Write Unexpected Story Events ow.ly/z16Z3073JUh #amwriting

Writing Question of the Day: Do any of your characters have distinctive dialogue tics that set them apart? #WQOTD

The #1 Way to Write Intense Story Conflict ow.ly/gdBP3073Kc2 #amwriting