Tag Archives: general fiction

  1. Urban Fantasy: Past its shelf-life?


    June 26, 2013 by Kira Lyn Blue

    Has Urban Fantasy gone stale? “I’m over vampires/werewolves/angels/demons/fae. These types of characters are tired and overused and I wish writers …
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  2. Character Development: Dirty Little Secrets


    June 13, 2013 by Kira Lyn Blue

    I stumbled across this image on Taking Back Earth yesterday and it struck me as an interesting statement in regards to …
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  3. The Well-Accessorized Character


    April 27, 2013 by Kira Lyn Blue

    Never underestimate the importance of accessorizing. Hey fellas, don’t run yet. We’re not talking jewelry here, we’re talking about making …
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  4. Beta Readers Wanted!


    April 15, 2013 by Kira Lyn Blue

    My adult Urban Fantasy novel, Murphy’s First Law, needs your help! What is a beta reader? Well, I’m so glad you …
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  5. Finding Feedback: Constructive Critique DOES Exist!


    April 3, 2013 by Kira Lyn Blue

    As a writing noob, one of my biggest challenges so far has been getting valuable feedback. A month ago, I …
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  6. Terrible Tip Tuesday: Writing Advice to Ignore


    April 1, 2013 by Kira Lyn Blue

    Yes, I know it’s not Tuesday. No, I’m not planning on making this a weekly blog feature. I just like …
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