Posts with the Category of: 2009 August


The only way to hold a reader or publisher and to keep the pages turning is to use conflict and resolution every beat of the scene.  This means that a character wants something and there is something in the way of their getting their need met. Conflict is important to define the arc of a […]

Let’s Get Back to Fresh Writing

All we need for our writing is TO GET GOING.   It is easy to sit down in the chair when you write with START LINE.  Here are a few suggestions for 10 to 20 minutes segments.  Comment or email me your results and receive an award. *protected email*      “Write first always!”  Henry Miller Try these […]

Take a trip into History or Fantasy at Book Signing

The Montblanc Boutique and Anne Randolph, founder of  present monthly Montblanc Authors Series and book signing featuring provocative writers exploring Creativity, Finance, Relationships, Writing and Fiction from August 2009 through March 2010, followed by Writing Workshop with Anne Randolph. Meet award-winning Women’s Fiction, Historical and Fantasy Romance authors and learn about the Rocky Mountain […]

Writing on Vacation

Traveling in the summer?  It may seem challenging to maintain an “write each day” commitment with travel or during vacation time.  Go ahead, commit to write at least a sentence a day.  More is even better.  Try these Opening Lines: I’m so grateful that… I really love and support… To do what I want to […]