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THE NOTEBOOK’S NARRATIVE FRAMING STORY & MY UPCOMING SHORT STORY  SIMILARITIES?  

Everybody has seen or read Nicholas Spark’s the Notebook right? Well if you haven’t, you should. I’m sorry I’m telling you what to do but as a writer it is a great book and of course movie to learn from on how to write the narrative framing story

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THE COMPETITION OF IT ALL: SPORT  RIVALRY IN FICTION & IN  MY NOVEL

Rivalry in sports are a given and easily identifiable. Because there is an instantaneous villain and hero. You have one team against another . And boom there is rivalry . The stakes are high. The competition is fierce, and it is somewhat cutthroat rather  than life itself. Pain. Heartbreak. Corruption. Victory. All the perfect concoction for a great novel all rolled  up into one chaotic sportsmanship bow .  

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THE “HERE AND NOW” STORIES: WRITING  THE NARRATIVE  FRAMING /FLASHBACK   STORY

I been dancing around this topic for a while now but I been  trying to save it since most of my short  stories  within the Blue Hour  Series  will contain  this technique;The narrative framing  or bookend with   flashbacks technique.  Or “the here and now story”, where the story is  just one long flashback .  

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REVISING  AND REWRITING THE NOVEL

Rewrites can be a pain . I know from my recent experiences. Even now as I work on the 2nd draft . I find  myself still  rewriting scenes and changing characters names. But revising and rewriting is a vital  component to writing. Without it the story and characters might  suffer, fall apart  and readers  will  get bored and tired, ultimately throwing the book down .

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