Opal Writers’ Magazine

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When Can You Break The Rules In Writing?

If you’re a writer, you’ve probably come across conflicting philosophies on writing “rules”, especially if you’re ever sent your work out for feedback. Because, you probably got a mixed bag of suggestions. One reader’s favorite chapter of your book might […]

Writing For Radio

Use words that crackle and crunchThey’re the tools of the trade. Imagery is important as you build your story. You speak and the tale becomes real. That’s the power of imagination. Talk to your audience as if they’re sitting across […]

WHY Your Book Needs a Logline

A logline boils your entire story down to a single, easily understood concept. In about 25-50 words, it captures the essence of the story in one sentence and is the first description of a film or book that the audience will encounter.


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