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How to improve our writing – part 8

How to improve our writing – part 8

Developing the internal voice: Every writer - whether a beginner or a professional - needs to develop a constructive internal voice to help him/her write. Basically, every person experiences some inner voice during his/her life, if nothing else but that of his/her own...

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Book review: Dan Simmons – Terror (2018)

Book review: Dan Simmons – Terror (2018)

The well-known line out of Mihály Vörösmarty’s famous poem, Prologue, perfectly fits Dan Simmons’ most recent historical thriller volume: "Now is winter and silence and snow and death." Indeed, in the case of the story, based on real historical events, of the Franklin...

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How to improve our writing? – part 7

How to improve our writing? – part 7

The miracle of the conflict: At the core of all proper stories there’s a conflict. For, after all, who could resist yawning while listening to or reading to the end a story where all characters are fulfilled and helpful, everybody agrees with others about everything...

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How to improve our writing? – part 6

How to improve our writing? – part 6

How to start the “engine”, that is, how to start writing a book in a way that sets the reader on fire? Get your reader have a taste of your book as if preparing him/her for the main course with an appetiser. The best method to do so is an introduction where the reader...

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Top 3 Historical Thriller

Top 3 Historical Thriller

1. The Medusa Amulet Robert Masello’s book fits well into the thriller-mystery path trodden by Steve Berry and Dan Brown. Those who love such stories will not be disappointed. Robert is always a good choice - what he is offering to the curious reader is an excellent...

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How to improve our writing? – part 5

How to improve our writing? – part 5

Why movies are better than books? We all know the answer: movies are faster.  Watching a 2 hours long action or horror movie, you can experience so much more than reading a book for two hours. Some people would hate reading one book only - no matter how exciting...

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