Learning one skill will improve everything you write. Ready? Here it is:Write like you talkThat’s it? Yes, that’s it. But it’s not as easy as it sounds. It’s a skill and like any skill, it can be learned and with some practice, you can master it. What’s in it for me, you ask? First, writing will be easier, less of a chore. Instead of fighting the page, you will sound like you. You might even find you really like to write. Who knows. You might have a story inside you that other people really need to read. Topics include tips on:VoiceCharacterPlotStructureDialogConflictSensory ElementsSettingBeginningsEndingsAaron Gansky serves on faculty at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference.
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