Write To Your Strengths

When you're a writer, you love writing. You'd have to or else you'd choose something else because even though you love it, writing is hard. Creative. Fulfilling. Soul saving. But hard. And as a writer, you discover writing a book isn't all rewards of chocolate, days of café writing fueled by exotic coffee concoctions, or... Continue Reading →

4 Writer Reminders

There's so much to learn when writing a book, and even more to master when editing. Not only do you have to be proficient in structuring plots, invoking the five senses, adding tension, writing realistic dialogue, and showing instead of telling, you also need to know what words to delete and which darlings to revive.... Continue Reading →

How To Be An Expert Typo Hunter

You've got to be a lot of things when you're a writer. Not only do you need to craft characters and worlds from nothing, bring together a cohesive story, and take hundreds of random words and arrange them into sentences that make sense, you also need to check those sentences for mistakes. But when you've... Continue Reading →

Synopsis Do’s And Don’ts

So you've done it! Created your characters, planned a world, plotted a story, and turned them into a whole book. It was hard. It took years. It filled your soul, and it stretched your sanity. It was one of the best things you've ever done and one of the worst—or so you thought. As many... Continue Reading →

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