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    Today at the Learning Center...

    Introverted Writers Can be Successful by Irene S. Roth

    Being introverted doesn’t have to mean that we are always fretful. However, it means that we appreciate being alone and in solitude. It also means that we enjoy our own company and thrive with a bit of alone time. However, extroverts are the opposite—they thrive only when they get out of the house and spend… Read More...

     

     

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    To Outline or Not to Outline by Catherine Chant

    That is the question. Plotters love outlines. They love the planning, the charts, and the guidance an outline provides for keeping a story on track. Pantsers prefer to start with an inkling of a story and write without an outline, trusting their intuition and imagination to guide them through the story from start to finish.… Read More...

     

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    Fish Out of Water: Worldbuilding contemporary stories by Peter Andrews

    Science fiction and fantasy writers have no excuse for not making every page compelling and original. They have a universe (or multiverse) of possibilities. If you’re writing a contemporary story, it can be a lot harder to find ways to discover points of interest in setting that are filled with the commonplace and familiar. But…  Read More...