You can find a lot of bad advice in the publishing world. You can also find a lot of well-intentioned advice that has been taken
Baking a 7 layer cake is like writing a story. You have so many tempting and tasty choices to make, and each new layer builds
I write fantasy adventures, but I’m not adventurous when it comes to writing tools. I’ve always been a Microsoft Word person. And even with Word,
Racing through the mall Voice croaking like a frog Wishing you were home sweet home Perusing your favorite blog! Is it my imagination, or does
As a professional, or someone starting in publishing, you need visibility. You could find a website designer, or you do your own. Don’t think you can? Think again.
Writing can often seem like a solitary occupation, and for a new writer this can be discouraging. Sometimes it feels like you’re writing in a
I’m directing a play at school and have been at rehearsals every day this week until late. Please enjoy this ever-popular post from NaNoWriMo 2016.
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Ever since my eyes were opened to the importance of Point of View (POV), I’ve paid close attention to narrative voice whenever I write as well as read. I’m happy to share my observations, with a focus on books that dare to push POV boundaries.
When I first got into this industry, I didn’t even realize that author/illustrator school visits were a thing! I had so much to learn about
I am always looking for new and exciting tools to help with my writing. While editing my latest novel I came across the Hemingway Editor.
“The writer has to take the most used, most familiar objects — nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs — ball them together and make them bounce.” —