Month: September 2016

What I’ve learned from Hugo House so far

Writing

What I’ve learned from Hugo House so far

Posted By leekoven

Hugo House is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. It’s a place where people get together and write and share words. There are writing classes, readings, and other events there. I’m taking an eight-week writing course called Roughing It. This is a ‘how to crank out lots of

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Series spotlight and giveaway: Hell Squad by Anna Hackett

Series Spotlight

Series spotlight and giveaway: Hell Squad by Anna Hackett

Posted By leekoven

Welcome to my first series spotlight, where I recommend an entire series you can binge on! It’s Anna Hackett’s Hell Squad.
This series is ten books long so far:
 
Spotlight
In our near future, aliens invade and lay waste to Earth. What’s left of

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Engineering practices in writing: Rubber ducking

Blog Writing

Engineering practices in writing: Rubber ducking

Posted By leekoven

I’ve had several scenes designated as “to sketch out” for long periods of time. There are some scenes I find very difficult to plot out on my own. Thankfully, I have John around to ask me questions about the scene, see plot holes I missed,

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