Writing Tips: Logic, Science, and the Unknown

Writing Tips: Logic, Science, and the Unknown

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This writing blog is controversial, as people tend to have very different beliefs on the origin of life. Personally, I believe in logic, and what science tells us.  You may believe in a God or some other type of spiritual being, or you may have other beliefs.

That’s fine.

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Writing Tips : Show and Tell

Writing Tips: Show and Tell

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Time for show and tell! I hope everyone brought their favorite toys or adventures to share with the class!

OK, well, maybe we’re not doing that kind of show and tell, but hey I thought it was a good opener.

The differences between showing and telling with writing are summarized in the basic form of their words. Showing, ultimately, means that you are presenting something, in detail, to someone else, in order to convey a certain message, story, innovation, etc. They can see it, feel it, and come up with their own idea of what your presenting. Continue reading

Writing Tips : Handling Multiple Projects – 6 Tips On Keeping Your Mind Straight

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Let’s talk about writing.

How many projects are you working on right now? Are they small, big – somewhere in between?

How do you organize these projects, and remain efficient in your every day schedule?

The last question is one I’ve asked myself, at least a dozen times over the course of the past year. Within the year, I came up with a few tips on how to manage multiple projects, with, at the least, some success (the success will depend on how hard you are willing to work).

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New Edition of Spettra, a 5 Star Reviewed Thriller is Live!

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After a week of having been dead on social media, and locked away in my office-bedroom, the final edition of Spettra is complete. I say the word, final, because I believe this is the last edition the title will see, for quite a long time.

Primarily, I went over the book for grammar errors. As mentioned in an earlier blog, I made the mistake of trying to rush out my earlier works, and shoo’d away the idea of getting a proper editor, proofreader, or betareader. By doing this, the original edition ended up with quite a few errors, that have now been fixed.

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Writing Tips: Outline VS Free Writing

Hey Writers!

Here’s an interesting debate I think all scribblers face. I have been thinking about recently and so, I decided to share my thoughts with you. I hope you find this informative.

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‘A Split-Second in Time’ A short story by Author Adam Gainer

Hey guys, it’s been a while. I must apologize for the absence, there is no real excuse. No, I haven’t quit writing (I don’t think any man or God could ever stop me from doing that) I have just been busy, both with writing and life both during the holidays and afterward. It happens, and will likely happen in the future.The goal is to make it happen as infrequent as possible, and to keep putting as much good work for you, the reader, to enjoy.

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