Procrastination is a great tool if you don't want to accomplish anything. Today I set up posts for my blog, did some promoting on some of my books, celebrated my first hardcover book and a variety of other tasks in order to avoid writing. I had a lot of excuses - my female character is … Continue reading Manuscript Progress
I'm officially on furlough through the end of May. I was lucky to only have to take 13 days over the next 13 months but I opted to lump them together to get them out of the way. This means today... well last night I stayed up till 3 am editing which meant I slept … Continue reading Day 1 of Furlough
Shawn and I met through social media. Through this interview I discovered he studied in my home state - yeah Wisconsin! Author Bio: Shawn Douglas Gale is a Canadian screenwriter, an academic, and a critically-acclaimed author. Gale graduated from Fraser Valley Writers' School with a Master's diploma. He then graduated from Humber College's prestigious School for … Continue reading Shawn Gale
Morgan and I bumped into each other on social media. Since she offers services for beta reading and proofreading I thought it would be wonderful to have a description of what these two things are and how they work if you hire someone. Tell us a little about yourself I get paid to read books! … Continue reading Morgan Worth, Editor, Beta Reader, Proofreader
Do you need to use a professional editor?
Researching the genre for your novel allows you to have information about who reads the genre, where they get information about the genre, and more.
...the word processor is not always right.
It is all dependent on the mood you’re trying to build.
My grammar nerd is showing so be warned
When you’re writing your story, you need to decide which POV you will use.