Monthly Archives: December 2014

Shorty Has A Shotty

Originally posted on Disjointed Jottings by Robert Smith (A.K.A. TyCobbsTeeth):
As they were cramming everything into the vehicles, a screen door slammed across the street. Ben looked out from behind the Jeep and saw that two men had…

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BITE FIRST! –Ask Questions Later

Originally posted on Disjointed Jottings by Robert Smith (A.K.A. TyCobbsTeeth):
Your novel must open with bite. One doesn’t hook a voracious reader, one creates a voracious reader by stimulating appetite. I can tell you, as an avid reader,…

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Plot Holes Take the Bite Out of Your Story!

Originally posted on Disjointed Jottings by Robert Smith (A.K.A. TyCobbsTeeth):
Tweet, Tweet — Twiddle, Twiddle, here comes another plot with a hole in the middle. If you fail to explain how A connects to B, or state something…

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