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Trim the Fat for a Taut Plot

In the writing world, literature tends to be separated into two camps: plot-driven and character-driven. But even character-driven literature needs a plot to drive and sustain it. Otherwise, readers will jump ship. The trick in any type of fiction is to create a plot that is engaging and constantly evolving—without letting it get tangled up in subplots.

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Corey Michael Blake's latest adventure is publishing the first series of SmarterComics -- a revolutionary new way of business books for busy professionals on-the-go. Titles by best-selling authors Larry Winget, Chris Anderson, Tom Hopkins, Dr

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