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To Art or Not to Art

The process of art (sic illustrations, drawing, digital drawing, etc) is unique to every artist. Mom, gods love her, knew when I was very little that I was extremely creative, imaginative and had a talent for drawing, a talent for art.

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Bad Guy Turned Good Guy

I know, that was complicated for an explanation. I keep seeing it in my minds eye. The first page a drawing of a guy (and oh my lord my google searches must be throwing red flags, be careful how you google stuff *eye roll*) has his back to a wall in a room, a child clinging to him, on his haunches, he has been injured…shot several times.

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Black Cat Editing & Design

Why did I choose the name Black Cat Editing & Design? It’s a little bit of a story. You see I have this little …(laughs little, that’s an inaccurate description) cat. She is a smoky caramel york cat. Rare breed according to research, kind of an accidental breed.

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Morufell, The Podcast

Join us as we discuss the release of Morufell! Available starting Friday, November 13th! https://shop.the3littlesisters.com/

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iWrite

I write, I write fiction and non fiction alike. I prefer fiction of the horror variety. My very first book I both owned and read was Desperation by Stephen King. Dad was a bit of a King fan to say the least. I’m worse than him, I’m more than a King fanatic and that’s making an understatement (you should see my collection! It collapses book shelves, ask the husband).

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Fictional Dialogue and Quotation Marks

What’s appropriate and what’s not? Well, generally, there are three ways to quote long fictional dialogue that spans numerous pages.

The first way is to use open and closed quotations on each paragraph with no indentation.

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