writing jigsaw

A new look for your writing jigsaw

May 23, 2016 hollie8985 Writing A JigsawWriting Adventures

I’ve known for years that when you edit your own work, it’s a good idea to make it look different. When you read the same words repeatedly, sometimes just once or twice, you stop seeing the words and your brain reads what it thinks should be there. It auto-reads, which is great if you’re making […]

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Character Jigsaw Pieces

April 11, 2016 hollie8985 Writing A JigsawWriting Adventures

I have been sick for the last month or so, my concentration lasting no more than about 10 minutes here and there and not helped by the concoction of medications my doctor likes to give me. It has given me the time to sit back and think about my manuscript in small sections, what is […]

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Writing a Jigsaw

September 2, 2015 hollie8985 Writing Adventures

I’ve always thought of the different parts of a story as puzzle pieces. Depending on how you put them together, where you move them, how you interact with them, changes what your puzzle looks like. Before I started writing, I knew some of the key pieces to writing a good romance. I know too much […]

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