Tag Archives: Ernest Hemingway

Writing Strategies from the Masters Part 2: Imitate by Sandi Somers

How many times have you read a book, loved it so much you read and reread it over and over? Have you thought, “I wish I could create such dynamic characters. I wish I could write such vivid details. I wish I could write like that.” Yes, you can “write like that.” Not to become… Read more »

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Storytelling in a Nutshell by Lynne Collier

Why I Wrote a Short-Form Story Instead of a Novel It was a long process, but I finally concluded that my NaNo (National Novel Writing Month) writing for 2021 would be four shorter stories of around 13,000 words each instead of the usual 50,000 words for a single novel. Of course, that earned me the… Read more »

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