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Writing Short

(This article first appeared on Paperlanternwriters.com) I am a novel writer. I like taking thousands of words to develop a scene or foreshadow the plot. My books are thirty or so chapters.That’s why when Paper Lantern Writers came up with the idea for Unlocked, I initially hesitated. The idea was great, and I wholly supported… Continue reading Writing Short


The Woman Before Wallis by Bryn Turnbull

(This review first appeared on PaperLanternWriters.com.) Thelma Morgan was the twin sister of Gloria Morgan, who married Reggie Vanderbilt and after his death became caught up in a spectacular custody battle for their daughter. Thelma is there by her sister’s side during most of it. Thelma had married Viscount Duke Furness and lived in England.… Continue reading The Woman Before Wallis by Bryn Turnbull

About Reading & Writing

Three Tips For New Writers

I don’t believe anyone can become a fabulous writer by following only three tips, nor do I believe anyone can absorb the entire multitude of writing advice offered. These three tips will give you a strong start, after which you can further explore what you need to know. Read what you want to write. When… Continue reading Three Tips For New Writers