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Ruth Douthitt

Ruth Douthitt
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    Thrillers Mysteries Contemporary Romance Women's Fiction Fantasy Children's Religion & Spirituality
  • Books: 4
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  • Member Since: Jan 2019
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R.A. Douthitt (1967) is a Christian fiction writer based out of Phoenix, AZ. She currently writes fiction for children, but is working on her first contemporary romance for adults to be released in fall of 2019. A native of Phoenix, R.A. Douthitt is a teacher, professional artist, and an avid reader of biographies and history. You can view her work web site at www.artbyruth.weebly.com

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The Children Under the Ice
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The Children Under the Iceby Ruth A. DouthittThrillers Mysteries Children's
The Dragon Forest
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The Dragon Forestby Ruth A. DouthittAction & Adventure Fantasy Children's
First Christmas at War
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First Christmas at Warby Ruth A. DouthittRomance Christian Fiction
The Cafeteria Club
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The Cafeteria Clubby R. DouthittPublish: May 06, 2019Humor Children's

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 1 year ago
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    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • Ruth Douthitt Ruth Douthitt 1 year ago
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      • Oh my yes! A glass of wine is the best tip...LOL. But, seriously, writer's block is a serious obstacle to overcome. For me, watching a movie I love helps. I focus on the story and how the writer(s) moved the plot along. Also listening to my favorite movie music while I write always motivates me to at least finish a scene.
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      • Ruth Douthitt Ruth Douthitt 1 year ago
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      • I've become a better writer! My editors have helped me develop my style. So, now my writing style is more my own. I know how to write "voice" for both adults and children. My style is very descriptive. I've had readers comment on that. Not that descriptive writing is unique to me, but I have worked hard to develop my own style of descriptive writing.
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    • What's the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?
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      • Ruth Douthitt Ruth Douthitt 1 year ago
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      • Voice! As a woman, I find it difficult to write in a man's voice. It requires listening. To hone this skill (of writing male characters), I sit and listen to how men talk to each other and to me.
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      • Ruth Douthitt Ruth Douthitt 1 year ago
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      • In my opinion, the most important elements of good writing are well-round interesting characters that readers can relate to, and a plot that moves forward in an interesting way. People want to connect with the protagonist and cheer for her or even hope she changes her ways (if she starts out evil...). It's that connection that made the Harry Potter series so popular. Children and adults connected to poor battered Harry and hoped he would succeed. If a plot isn't moving readers along, they tend to set down the book. The plot must begin right away. Show us the main character's goal and start the adventure early on! To me, that's what makes good writing.
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      • Ruth Douthitt Ruth Douthitt 1 year ago
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      • I love good story telling. My 4th grade teacher was the first one to notice I had talent. I was inspired to write my first book (The Dragon Forest) after reading books about and watching movies about King Arthur. That story about a young boy thrust into a position of power intrigued me. So, I set out to tell such a story. I started that book in 1989. So, I guess I've been writing since then!
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