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Weekly Writing Roundup – June 30

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    Join the Discussion on “Weekly Writing Roundup – June 30”

    1. Rahma Krambo says:

      I never heard of Mood Boards before, but I love the idea of creating some for my characters and settings. Thanks!

    2. Anthony V. Pugliese says:

      I create picture files and music files for almost every story and I write. Sometimes it helps to flesh out ideas to bring them to life on the page.

      1. AutoCrit says:

        Music can be quite wonderful for setting the tone and pace of your scenes, can’t it? Also helps to visualise your scene like a movie with a soundtrack, timing the action.

        Do you find a certain kind of music most helpful/least distracting, Anthony? Or do you leap across all musical spectrums?

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