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Editing & 5 Things To Edit Better

A flood of emotions fills you as you feel the end near. The pen finally falls from its final race. Ink exhausted. But, what's that? The pen now hovers in front of you, growling and gloating. "You're NOT done with ME yet!" You do not have to have a completed manuscript to edit. Many will… Continue reading Editing & 5 Things To Edit Better

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In Your First Book Talk About Your Second Book

It probably helps to know ahead of time that you plan to make your story a series. But once you have decided that be aware.  Guys, I reached Ch. 20! I have been struggling with feeling behind on a lot of things in the past few months. Blog reading. Test reading (which I did catch… Continue reading In Your First Book Talk About Your Second Book

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Treat Your Chapters Like The First Chapter | Novel Talk

I've missed discussing writing on here, I needed a break. 🙂 But I am back to talk about writing.  Basically, MAKE AN IMPACT! I am a writer who loves.....LOVES cliffhanger endings to chapters. I know I'm not the only one. In fact, that probably should be a separate post on its own, so, to stop… Continue reading Treat Your Chapters Like The First Chapter | Novel Talk

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I Was Stuck In My Book For 2 Months | Writing Journey

All of my story and scene writers out there...please relate to me! Today, I have to face something a lot of people did not understand when I told them I was trying to get through writing a scene. Something that unless you're a writer you may not understand, and that's okay. I, T. R. Noble,… Continue reading I Was Stuck In My Book For 2 Months | Writing Journey

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Linger In The Moment | Scene Writing

I've talked about this before, but I've known a number of people, especially newer writers, who are all on the "inspiration wagon." The, "I write only when I am inspired." For those who are newer, many of these writers have not fully comprehended what the editing process entails. Many of these writers I think are… Continue reading Linger In The Moment | Scene Writing

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How To Create A Colorful/Well Developed Character Board On Pinterest

One of my friends and I, go check out Penny's blog, we were talking about things that inspire our story, in particular when it came to characters. Penny had brought up how visuals help her with story creating, and it actually reminded me of when I first started to work on my series. During the time… Continue reading How To Create A Colorful/Well Developed Character Board On Pinterest

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When Your Character Takes Control | Writer Thoughts

I have for a few years now been familiar with the discussion of "a character took control of my story."  It's a phenomenon in which you think you are in control as the writer and creator of your story, but then as the story progresses it goes in a direction you did not expect. I… Continue reading When Your Character Takes Control | Writer Thoughts

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A Writer Or A Dreamer | Writer Thoughts

There are some people in this world who have the gift of ideas. There are some people who have the gift of pursuing those ideas and completing them. Some people are gifted in both. The same can be said when it comes to writing and writers. I see so many writers struggle with writing. It… Continue reading A Writer Or A Dreamer | Writer Thoughts

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Character’s Actions (The Why Factor?) | Writer’s Thoughts

I'm sure most of you relate to reading or watching something and mentally you are saying, "No! Don't do that! Why are you doing that?" I didn't appreciate our flaws as humans until I really started paying attention to stories and plots. There is no such thing as a perfect person, and we cannot have… Continue reading Character’s Actions (The Why Factor?) | Writer’s Thoughts