Hello all, and welcome to another rocking blog post with tips on how to write. In a recent interview with Writestream Radio, I was asked by expert host and author Jack July on the differences between writing a novel and film. As always, I gave a garbled answer, so instead I decided to share more here in infographic form:

You may listen to the entire interview here. I say the word “a-hole” and offer many other insightful observations.

Ordinance 93 ThumbnailL. Fabry is the author of Ordinance 93, a novel set in a world where having a baby without permission is against the law and the first four people to break it.

She also writes about everything random from reaction injection molding to low fat recipes while indulging her need for creative outlets including novels and screenplays. Find out more on Twitter.

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  • That’s hard work. It’s difficult to fill an empty page. Once you know what you want to write, in broad storkes, just pound out material. Doesn’t need to be perfect. Figure on twice what the final length is to be after editing. Good luck! I know Tynan has written several shorties about 100 pages each. I actually have one of them somewhere.

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