Monthly Archives: March 2013

Writing a Novel Synopsis

“The synopsis is grueling and hardly fun to write, but remember that every novelist – whether unknown or a bestseller – has to do them.” – Dean R Koontz Dean gave me that bit of advice many years ago when … Continue reading

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Are Writers’ Critique Groups Worth It?

I think most of us have been in these at one time or another. Some operate as cozy little critique/review groups for amateur writers; others are formal mini “conferences.” All are designed to help guide and inspire their members to … Continue reading

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Tips on Character Creation

When you think of a book, short story, film, or television program, what is the FIRST thing that comes to mind? The main characters of course! When I’m getting slapped around Facebook, I notice that a good portion of my … Continue reading

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decomP magazinE

Latest short story! Read for free at: decomP magazinE “In the Garden” Written by M Cid D’Angelo decomP magazinE.

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