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Throwback Thursday: 50 Character Motives For Your Story

I’ve listed a few possible character motives in the image below and I would encourage you to play around with different ways of interpreting and applying them.

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An Arch-Nemesis for Detective Mo?

As I was showing my initial scribblings for Detective Mo 3 to my daughter, she suggested that the antagonist I’ve created should become a recurring arch nemesis for Mo.

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Throwback Thursday: 7 Deadly Writing Sins

There remain some lines we should simply never cross; some crimes we can commit as authors which are just unforgivable. And so, I’ve listed a few of them here for your enjoyment and instruction.

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5 Useful Posts for Novelists – Romantic Subplot Edition šŸ˜

I’ve been trying to find some pointers to help me really polish off the relationship between my protagonist and the love interest. Here’s some links to a few of the more useful articles I’ve found.

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The Making of Detective Mo

My 4 year old announced to me that one of her dolls was called Detective Molly and I became inspired.

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Detective Mo and the Pirate’s Treasure ā€” Out Now!

I am delighted to announce that the next instalment in the Detective Mo series, Detective Mo and the Pirate’s Treasure, is available to buy now on Amazon!

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Detective Mo and the Missing Prince – OUT NOW!

Iā€™m delighted to announce my new children’s book is now finished and available to buy on Amazon under its true title: Detective Mo and the Missing Prince.

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Approaching My Second Draft

Well, I’ve started work on the second draft of my non-medieval inspired fantasy novel known to all but the chosen few who knows its true title as ‘Project E’

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First Draft of Project E is DONE!

Well I am stunned and delighted to announce that the first draft of my current WIP, known to all but the chosen few as ‘Project E,’ is done.

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‘Project E’ Update

Well I promised you occasional updates on how things are progressing with the old W.I.P., known to all but the chosen few who know it’s true title as ‘Project E,’ so I suppose I’d better try to keep my promise.

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