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Ann Rule's 9 Tips for Studying Courtroom Trials
In honor of the passing of crime writing legend Ann Rule (you can read all about her life here), we're re-sharing this piece-written by former WD managing editor Zachary Petit-that's full of tips and advice delivered by Rule.
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The September 2015 Writer's Digest, The Smart Writer's Guide to Revision, is new on newsstands, and I've gotten so many nice notes about my Editor's Letter that I thought I'd share it here-both as a preview for our latest issue and as a way to commiserate, connect and relate with fellow writers in the revision stage. I think it's so helpful when you're feeling daunted, or when you're struggling, to know that others have been there too-and are willing to share their lessons learned to help you on the road ahead.
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The Tortoise and the Hare: Start your story with "They told me seeing a turtle on your wedding day would bring good luck" and end your story with "Now I'm doing 10-20 in federal prison. Stupid rabbit."
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