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Writers Workshop – A Great Ending And The Godfather

I’m wrapping up my Writers Workshop series with a focus on a great ending.  I’ve been using The Godfather as an example and this post is no different.  I wrote a post about how the critical the beginning of a … Continue reading

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Writers Workshop – Editing And The Godfather

As I continue my series on the writers workshop and The Godfather, I’m going to take a look at editing.  Ah, editing, the one thing many writers hate.  And for good reason.  It’s not fun to see your words get … Continue reading

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Writers Workshop – Characterization And The Godfather

In my continuing series of writing and The Godfather, I’d like to tackle the subject of characterization in writing.  In my first post, Writers Workshop – Show Don’t Tell And The Godfather, I talked about the need to show our … Continue reading

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Writers Workshop – Show Don’t Tell And The Godfather

I love The Godfather – both the book and the movie.  For a variety of reasons, both are near perfect examples of storytelling.  I thought since it’s the 40th anniversary of the movie release of The Godfather, I’d use the … Continue reading

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