Among the many complications often associated with diabetes, one of the most mystifying and painful is Frozen Shoulder. Adhesive Capsulitis, the condition’s official term, is a pathological condition of the shoulder joint which causes the gradual and painful loss of motion. Here's a look at the condition.
Literary Agents participated in a Page-1 Critique Panel at a recent writers' conference. Anonymous submissions got brutally honest feedback, as writers learned about this all important process. Here's some of what the literary agents said.
As you're preparing for your time at a writers' conference, take a moment to consider the 5 C's of your Novel Pitch!
A writers' conference can be intimidating, especially for those of us who have yet to publish our work. But it's well worth your time to maximize your experience. With that in mind, here are some Do's & Don'ts for attending a writers' conference.
"Be so good they can't ignore you." ~Steve Martin
Diabetes is a chronic condition that increases the risk for serious health problems for those saddled with the disease. Among the most common complications connected to diabetes are cardiovascular disease, neuropathy, retinopathy and depression. One of the lesser known conditions is trigger finger, or stenosing tenosynovitis.
Plot grows out of character, and Conflict is the fundamental element of fiction. When considering how our Plots will unfold, we need to remember that readers demand Unity in regards to Plot, a plausible cause-and-effect development. Here are 5 Steps for Plot Development loosely based on Lamott's ABDCE's of Plot.