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The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines each Sunday from their work- this week’s them: Judge
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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic, JUDGE.
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“No.” Shaking her head vigorously, she crossed her arms firmly. “He has to earn the money. I’m adamant about this.”
Olga’s anger had burned. She’d acted like judge and jury without giving Maggie the benefit of a doubt. It hurt.
I can be myself here because nature never judges me. The purity of this place cleanses my soul and I can freely express my spirituality
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
He flashed me a shy smile as he lifted my hand and kissed it gallantly, and quick tears sprang to my eyes. How I’d misjudged this big, lovable oaf.
But I had to be careful not to judge Cassandra. From what I had read this morning, she had built…
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Marian Lanouette explains the value of plot circles on the Sisterhood of Suspense blog. Would this work for you?
Plotting Circles, and why I love them.
Good morning, it’s great to see everyone here. Over the course of my writing career I’ve used many programs and tools to plot. Even though I’m a pantser/plotter, but I always come back to my plotting circle to begin a story.
Everything in the circle is what initial comes to me before I think to write a story. It’s like a movie running in my head. And darn, it always seems to happen just before I drop off to sleep or am about to wake. That’s the reason I keep a note pad and pencil on the nightstand, and a recorder (in case I’m too lazy to come awake.)
What determines if a character whether the protagonist, villain, or secondary character is crucial in a story? It’s what they contribute to move it along. You always need a protagonist, but not a villain…
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The hero is a bumbling police investigator. Growing up, I always wondered what it was that led Columbo to catch his man. When I started this mystery novel, he came to mind and so Detective Augustus Grant was born.
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