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Joy D. Fanning
♍🌲🤘🌌 Astronaut of the mind. Passionately curious.
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Steven Rowell 40m
(Tip 2) Red Herring Throw your readers or your characters off track by introducing a red herring. This is something dropped in that diverts attention or forces them to come to false conclusions.
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Joy D. Fanning 7h
Thoughts for tonight.
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Joy D. Fanning 11h
Watching Green Frontier on Netflix. Anyone else seen it? Thoughts?
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Joy D. Fanning 14h
I am the fire is my favorite song by them! 😍
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Aspiring Author Blog 20h
of Timur's Escape by Despising himself for everything this life has made him do, Timur’s world changes one fateful day when he finds a cure. His bloodlust vanishes in her mere presence, his heart yearning to be near her.
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Writing & Editing 20h
Today I'm re-plotting a first draft and finding the true story inside, writing brief one sentence chapter goals and writing an arc goal. A bit non-traditional, But works for me. Writing. ~We each have our own process as writers.
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Dene Barton 24h
Replying to @Katheri95943506
Yes but it is also not my job to ensure people aren't offended. It's their decision to be offended or not. If you get my meaning. There is far too much stepping on egg shells in society these days and I believe in freedom of speech in the sense I can speak my own choice of words
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 22
Replying to @AdrianM_twits
I think it will be fun just to have a new movie in that Matrix universe. Makes me wonder what the storyline will be!
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 21
Replying to @MarionBlackwoo9
I am a ESL teacher online. 😁
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 21
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Aspiring Author Blog Aug 21
Guest post by 5 Tips for World Building in Historical Fiction What world building tips do you live by?
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 21
You are the artist of your life.
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Stephi Cham Aug 21
Found some great writing advice in an interview about Big Hero 6: “Don’t worry as much about the beginning of the movie. Figure out your story, which is essentially act 2 and your climax. And then it’ll inform you where to start your story.” (Hall paraphrasing Lasseter)
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Emelia Hébert Aug 21
Which kind of ending do you like to write? Conclusive? Cliffhanger? Mixture? Other?
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 21
Replying to @HebertEmelia
Cliffhanger for sure. 😜
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 21
5 Tips for World Building in Historical Fiction by Tabi Slick on
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Writing & Editing Aug 20
Journal your thoughts on the story and writing as you read. These insights will help you write and help you decide on your own writing style. -Joy Be Writing.
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Writing & Editing Aug 4
As authors, we need to: - Root for each other. - We need to stand together. - And help each other grow. - Support each other.
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Joy D. Fanning Aug 19
Portland @ Nob Hill, Portland
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Writing & Editing Aug 19
Uncover and enjoy your passion for writing. Don’t let anything stop you from telling your stories. -Joy Be Writing.
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