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M. B. Weston’s Writing Diary: 03/17/15

Took a break from the Michael Lodestone story last night. Instead I worked on a paranormal thriller/horror short story. :::big grin::: Sometimes little breaks are a great way to clear the head. I have a problem with seeing all the … Continue reading

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Writing: Using Sensory Details to Enhance or Alter the Mood of a Scene

As part of my writing process, I mentally enter each scene and imagine how my characters are experiencing it through each of their five senses (sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch). I then weave the description into the prose (without … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: My Paranormal Thriller (Work in Progress) (07/18/14)

Last night was the first time I effectively freaked myself out while working on my upcoming paranormal thriller novel. Here’s a bit of why… (Also note: I try to post bits and pieces of what I’m working on in my … Continue reading

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Take a Sneak Peek: My Paranormal Thriller (Work in Progress)

I have decided to post a bit about of the projects I’m working on to give people a sneak peek at what’s coming down the pike. This is a section from a paranormal thriller novel I’m finishing up (working title: … Continue reading

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Writing & Editing: Find & Eliminate Words You Overuse

All writers have our pet set of words that we use over and over again. It’s fine to write them in your first draft, but make sure you seek them out and eliminate them before you turn in your final … Continue reading

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