The Art of Tsundoku

I buy books more than I logically should. Do I have time to read all these books? No. Do I have money to buy all these books? Also no. In fact, I don’t even have space to store all the books I acquire. They’re tucked in every empty drawer and perched on every free shelf. […]

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Doubling Down on Dialogue

By: Miranda Clark-Poulson   Dialogue is essential to most stories. Naturally, this can make it difficult to tackle. Few writers can get away without using dialogue, so it’s better for us to get comfortable and learn to love it. But, before we get in too deep, it’s important to note that dialogue should do two […]

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