The Cliff Notes on Characters
I suppose we all have our own opinion on what the number one cause of anguish is for any new writer, but for today... my blog, my opinion 🙂 I network with hundreds to thousands of writers each week. Some are seasoned, but most are still fledglings trying on their writer's wings. They have the … Continue reading Writing, Tattoos, and Inhibitions…
I read a blog post today (by Ali Luke) that claimed to have 10 writing tips and tricks you hadn’t heard before. I’m not here to debate whether her claim is accurate. I’m here to add one to it. I recently put aside the third book in a series to begin working on an idea … Continue reading The Hat Trick – (The Writing Trick That Helps Me)
So you wrote a book. Now what? Do you need an agent? An editor? Can you submit directly to a publisher? What's the difference between a query and a submission and which should you send? There are a ton of questions once you've finished writing your book and The Writer's Market can answer them. Rather … Continue reading Writer’s Market 2018
Excuses, Reasons, and Distractions – And The Difference Between Them. I never pretend to be an expert on any topic related to writing nor is it my intention to be an expert. But for the knowledge I lack, I have lessons learned to even the playing field. Today’s post is about the reason(s) writers don’t … Continue reading Excuse? Reason? Distraction?
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The Layered Writing Method