Clay Hammond: At some point, you have to choose between life and fiction. The two are very close, but they never actually touch.
—The Words, 2012.
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How to Transform Your Favorite Place into a Setting for Your Novel | Writer’s Digest
3 Types of Conflict and Why You Need to Use Them | The Write Practice
How To Outline A Memoir: A 3-Step Guide To Organization | Reedsy
How to write memorable and compelling monologues | Screencraft
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How to Rock a Free Day Promotion for Your eBook | Jane Friedman
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8 Tips To Improve Your Audio When Appearing On A Podcast Or Radio Show | The Creative Penn
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