Category Archives: Writing Tips

Mouthwatering: An Eastern Native American Historical Recipe Guide

Today, I find myself…well, hungry. Researching historical fiction can be tiresome work, but as I was editing some text late last night, I discovered something of interest. My stomach was growling -literally – from the descriptions I presented in my storyline. … Continue reading

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Sidekicks, Accomplices, and Oddballs – An Author’s Guide to Creating Superb Supporting Characters

The birth of a unique side character is probably the most enjoyable aspect to creative storytelling, in Jessica Leigh’s opinion. Many new writers are caught up – and rightly so – in the intricate development of the hero and heroine, … Continue reading

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