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Sam takes on The Writer's Tank

I had a post ready to go and then an email woke me. I’m thrilled The Drought of Sam Dakota made it into “The Writer’s Tank” Contest! 64 more words


How to Receive a Critique

I remember the first time I ever received some feedback on my writing. It was complimentary and encouraging; it fired me up to continue writing and spurred me on. 1,723 more words

Part Of The Journey

Cover Reveal: SOULS ENTWINED by Anne B. Cole

Yeah, April’s cool. I mean, its showers bring May flowers and all . . . there’s April Fools Day* . . . Tax Day** . . 435 more words

Critique partners - where, why, what... huh?

Here’s a great topic that I’m curious on.

I’m looking for a critique partner(s), and am completely confuzzled on how or where to find one. 124 more words


Ain't no gettin' offa this train

I love Loki. I love that he’s so emotionally unstable, and hellbent on proving himself to everyone who’s wronged him. He and I also have this in common. 468 more words

The Life Authorial: How to be a great critique partner

The Life Authorial is a series of posts sharing firsthand tips learned on the journey toward publication.

Throughout the Roaring ’20s, the Algonquin Hotel in New York City was the daily meeting place for “The Algonquin Round Table”, one of the most famous “critique groups” of all time. 991 more words

The Life Authorial

The Revision Process

I recently drafted a blog post about revising to be featured on my agent’s Blog. I thought I’d share it here too!

My revision process is a very organic one, so it took me a little while to whittle it down. 540 more words