M E Fuller

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45. Using Correct Verb Tenses – the bane of my existence.

It does not matter how many times I read my own works of fiction, I always miss tense issues that run rampant – not tension – tense: past, present, and all those others I’ve never been introduced to but exist,…
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41. Hear from the best!

Yesterday the Brainerd Writers Alliance held its annual Fall Festival and Book Sale. Each year BWA sponsors a contest for Minnesota writers of fiction, creative nonfiction/nonfiction, and poetry. All winners were invited to read their submissions. And the winners are: Creative…
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Week 40. Sinclair Lewis Writer’s Conference.

One of the great gifts given to regional writers is access to other regional writers of substance – not only of talent but friendship with that special spice which is the understanding that comes only writer-to-writer. Yesterday I enjoyed the…
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Week 37. Starting again, again.

Hi, everyone. If you’ve been following this blog, you know that writing a novel is a new enterprise for me. I’ve always written stories and poems and ad copy. I’ve never attempted anything like assembling words into a flow for…
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Week 31. Recap from Cirenaica writing weekend.

Welcome back! I know, I know, it’s Tuesday, not Sunday. Before sharing my experiences at Cirenaica (sarah-neye-kah), I needed some thinking and recovery time. I’m awake now and exploding with thoughts and notes for you. The intention behind this year-long…
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Week 30. Cirenaica, a Writer Residency with Nickolas Butler

Week 30. Cirenaica with Nickolas Butler This week I will be in residency at Cirenaica, outside of Eau Claire, WI, with author Nickolas Butler and ten other fiction writers. This will be my first residency experience. I’m grateful to have…
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