Daily Archives: February 12, 2016

Write Hacks #15:

Colored 3 X 5s Before computers did more than behave as glorified typewriters, and could perform only one task at a time, I needed a second organizational tool. I was still learning the shape of a scene, pacing, plot structure, … Continue reading

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From the Case Files of Grace Noir, Private Paw: The Missing Contact Lens

It’s cold as a dog, and the wind northeast. The windows of the office are rattling. Just another winter’s day in Ditsville. Even the mice are sleeping in. Which is what I’m doing when the Dame yells, “I lost my … Continue reading

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