Here’s an experience familiar to any woman who’s read a book by a male author: you’re reading a passage about one of his female characters. She’s doing something you’ve done a million times before, but the way it’s written just feels wrong. Often, a description of the most mundane activi...
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One of our authors, Jeffrey C. Jacobs has written a piece on writing chapter summaries. You can read the original article here. Sometimes what you need from a critique is just a middle chapter. We can help you, but we do need some context. For instance, why is Character A trying to talk to Character B. It helps us understand their interaction better when A and B are chatting because of something that happened in a previous chapter. [ 235 more words ] blog.restonwriters.org/?p=119
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