Is Nicholas Sparks Divorce the End of True Love? Of course it isn’t the end of true love! But you’d think it was if you
What I’ve Learned About Twitter
Twitter Expert? Hardly! I’m going to state right up front…I am no Twitter expert. I will say, however, having just recently come to finally understand
Tips on Getting Published
CAN One Increase Their Chances of Getting Published? Absolutely!! I’m putting on my editor’s hat today to share some tips on how to increase your
Direct Access to Editors
Grand Opening It is with GREAT pleasure and much excitement that I announce my new business endeavor with my dear friend/fellow editor pal AJ Nuest.
Qualities of a Good Critique Partner
How do you weed out the readers from the critiquers? And what are the GOOD qualities of a critique partner? I cover this in my blog post, “Qualities of a Good Critique Partner.” And be sure to click on the links throughout this document for valuable resources on becoming a better writer.
10 Ways a Writer Can Take Advantage of Today’s Technology
This blog post is packed with resources for writers all because technology today makes it possible! Be sure to click on all the links…there may be resources and information you’ve never known about that could be the one thing/tip/resource to launch your writing career. And bookmark the ones you love!
Eliminating Writer’s Block
Writer’s block…that dreaded disease that prevents your creativity from flowing and brings your writing to a grinding halt. As writers, we all experience it at one time or another and we all know it’s the downside of being an author…or is it? Believe it or not, I believe I have found the cure for Writer’s Block!
NEVER GIVE UP! NEVER SURRENDER!!
This blog is to share the news that I finally have a contract for my first novel, but to also encourage those of you out there who are close to throwing in the towel…DON’T. Keep on writing!
“Lay vs. Lie (vs. Laid)” – GREAT Question!!
In Brian A. Kelms’ Writer’s Digest Blog “Questions & Quandaries” He explains when to use the word “lay” versus “lie” versus “laid” and even “lain”.
Ever Try To Interview Your Characters?
As a writer, I’ve come across those times when I just can’t seem to get past a certain issue with a character or my story seems to have stopped. It’s at times like these that I interview my own characters.