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What would it feel like if suddenly you couldn’t see? How would you know where you were going and which way was the right way? Sure those who are blind learn to adapt to the loss of vision, but they adapt by replacing the visual cues with other ones that become, in essence, their new eyes.
Hello, wonderful readers. It’s my turn once again to speak about what’s on my mind about the writing craft and the secret to productivity. To me, being prolific is like a runaway train that still knows where the station is. It may be going at breakneck speed but it’s on a set of rails and it knows where to stop.
Welcome to the another article in the Craft series, this one by Bobbye Terry, a frequent guest columnist at the Writer’s Fun Zone. // “Mixing humor with suspense?” you ask. “Surely you jest.” No, I don’t. For one of the few times in print, I’m completely serious.
Welcome to this week’s guest post from author, Bobbye Terry, wherein she shares about character voice, and makes fun of me… *^* Stop talking to me! You have to quit! Be quiet for now,...
Once upon a time, life was simple. Okay, it never was, but it was less complicated than now. When I first began writing, I wrote only as Terry Campbell, one writing name, no confusion.