Category Archives: Writing Theory

Writing the Way I See It

Writing the Way I See It ©2014 by Jack Remick (Note: I wrote this essay for a German e-zine called Haute Culture. They wanted something about the origin of The Weekend Novelist Writes a Mystery and a little bit about … Continue reading

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Heritage Writers Conference, May 18, 2013

http://heritagewriters.tripod.com/spring-workshop.html I’ll be the keynote speaker at this conference on May 18. I’ll be running these two work shops as well: Story, Structure, Style First and Lasts, Characters and Their Objects      

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Who Do You Listen To?

Who Do You Listen To? After I came across a very brave and unique novel titled: Taliban Escape by Aabra  which was reviewed in The Dark Phantom Review, I remembered an exchange I had with a fellow writer and former … Continue reading

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Updated Virtual Tour Schedule for Gabriela and The Widow

Gabriela and The Widow just blew into blogcritics.org for a fun-filled Q and A loaded with writing insights and personal revelations about the author. Thanks to Virginia Grenier. Check Gabriela out here: Article first published as Spotlight Interview with Author Jack … Continue reading

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Gabriela and The Widow–Coming on January 15, 2013 from Coffeetown Press

Image by permission of Kevin Coyne © 2012 Cover design by M. Anne Sweet and Sabrina Sun From the Opening: © 2012 by Jack Remick The year the war ended, Gabriela led her sick Mother out of Tepeñixtlahuaca. The bones … Continue reading

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Cut-to Writing for Blood–Solo Novo Blog Readers

This post works in tandem with my guest posts on the Solo Novo facebook page. The whole sequence will be uploaded on February 29. This technique is an example of how the writer can work out the full scene sequence … Continue reading

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Writing about Writing for Solo Novo Blog Readers

Writing about Writing—A useful technique for getting control of your story ©2012 by Jack Remick After rewriting the last three scenes for the fourth time. I find myself rewriting the same three scenes over and over. I’m looking for the … Continue reading

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First Installment of the Q and A at Writing While the Rice Boils

Deborah Allen, blogmaster at Writing While the Rice Boils has posted the first installment of an interview with me about my novels and my writing techniques. If you don’t know Deborah’s blog, you have to follow it. She brings a … Continue reading

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Interview with Jack Remick by Matthew Robinson

Listen to an audio interview with Jack Remick on Blood. Interviewed by Matthew Robinson of BlogTalkRadio. June 23, 2011. http://rfmp.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/the-final-cut-episode-69-interview-with-author-jack-remick/

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An Interview with Jack Remick by Joel Chafetz

A written Q & A interview where Jack Remick and Joel Chafetz discuss Jack’s recently published novel, Blood. (Published by Camel Press, Seattle, WA. 2011)  This  insightful reading enhances understanding  of Jack’s writing process and the complex storyline in Blood. … Continue reading

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