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    Website with some useful advice.

    I think the advice is solid, it uses several techniques mentioned by people on the forum,on dwight swain and jack bickham.

    Putting the link here for people who found the books confusing and who needed more examples. Click all four links. I like his article on inner conflict. He is a successful writer too who sold over a million copies of a book,and he wrote several novels.

    So what worked for swain and bickham supposedly works for everyone.


    http://www.ian-irvine.com/on-writing...nner-conflict/

    Read the one on inner conflict, I cannot recommend it highly enough. He supposedly put notes of over 50 books which I do not know if this is true, but if so that is very generous.

    I came across it tyring to help a kid write stories, and needed easier explanations that the book could give me. So I guess it is very practical. That was the goal I had in mind when googling.

    Thank you for reading this.
    Last edited by Theglasshouse; November 15th, 2016 at 07:08 PM.
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    You are very welcome.
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