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WRITER RESOURCES: Forty-One Sounds of Laughter?!?

This website for writers provides an onomatopoeia dictionary, complete with nuanced definitions of the individual sounds and, where available, actual sound-bites. Continue reading

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Guest Post: 5 Ways to Enhance Your Setting

An English Instructor for Harrisburg Area Community College’s Virtual Learning program, Tamara Girardi holds a PhD in English from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Letters in Creative Writing from the University of St. Andrews. Her YA fantasy … Continue reading

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It’s not about the couch

Last year, I attended a local writers group. The speaker, published author Kimberly Frost, spoke on “Description and Dialogue”. Kimberly is a funny, witty writer who speaks faster than humanly possible. But she left us with a lot of great … Continue reading

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