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guest post by Sgt. Adam Fenner

From Rick:

Award winning author Adam Fenner has served in both the US Marine Corps and the Nevada National Guard. Adam is the co-author of On Two Fronts the Silver Medal winner of the Independent Book Publishers Association’s Bill Fisher Award (Nonfiction) and the “Deployment Wisdom” series. He is a student pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting at UNLV, and is currently working on a horror series called the “Horrors of War” with its first release OP #7 in March 2015, and a dark fantasy series. Adam maintains a blog at

How to write action scenes


reposted from Write Well, Write to Sell with permission


guest post by Chrys Fey


Writer Chrys Fey recently volunteered to share a post from her own blog with Silver Pen. After reading it, Scott and I agreed that it would also make a great guest post for Write Well. With Chrys’ permission, we are sharing her original post (with minor edits) and have added a few comments of our own.

Here’s Chrys–


Every writer has tips that help them write, rules they follow, and methods they use. Below are ten tips that I find helpful when I am writing action.

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