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.
Tag: story development
The latest updates on my current projects related to my writing.
Novel Updates for MIDNIGHT CONQUEST (ETERNAL CONQUEST)
I’ve receive the THIRD revise and resubmit offer from The Wild Rose Press. Though it’s been frustrating, these are good signs that they like my book AND they’re looking to print a good-quality novel. Read how these revisions are going and, more importantly, how they can help you overcome some of the same problems I may be having.
Book Review – “Siren’s Song” by Trish Albright
Trish Albright writes fabulous Romantic Adventure! Here’s my review of her first novel – Siren’s Song.
RT Convention Update: “Pants-ing” vs. Plotting…The Debate
Do you write your stories by the seat of your pants (Pants-ing)? Or do you like to plot your story out before you start writing? I give my two pence on this little debate.
Broderick MacDougal – IN COLOR!
While at the Romantic Times Book Lover’s Convention 2009, I met an artist – Robert Quill – who drew my Hero from my Bonded By Blood Vampire Chronicles. I highly recommend his talents for drawing some of your own literary characters. Great way to bring them to life!
Write Anything: Fiction Friday Post
Every week, the Write Anything Blog has a writing challenge called “Fiction Friday”. It’s been a little while since I’ve participated in this fun writing exercise. I’m glad to be getting back to it now that I have some more time.
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.