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Here's What They Had to Say: Battle of the Books Story Reviews

In just a few short days the Battle of the Books officially begins!

Here’s what some readers are already saying about each title.

WARDEN: WOW!!!! What a RIDE! 186 more words

Blog

Friday Write-Day: Brief Last-Minute Update!

In my quest to achieve 60,000 words total for Manuscript: Beta last night, I nearly forgot to put together a post for today. Well, here it is. 266 more words

Writers - Steve D

Almost there:

I’ve checked through the text of Retrogradus again. I’ve tidied some inconsistencies and tried to get Adelheide to conclude it cleanly (she hasn’t quite, but it’s better than it was). 29 more words

The Star

Country Of Sick Men

Originally posted 8/28/2013.

The men of that country are sick.

We don’t know why they are sick
or how long they’ve been sick.

Call it a country of sick men… 191 more words

Poems

Revision Survey Results - Part 5 - The Final Comments

The word is out: having your translations revised is THE way to grow as a translator. If you continue to work in your bubble without any feedback, you’ll make the same mistakes again and again, your word choices will remain narrow, you’ll never learn to think outside the box and your translations might never ever sing. 1,429 more words

Translation

Writing Update: Draft 2

If you’ve wandered through writing posts before, you will know that Draft 2 is the Beast. The hardest draft because it has you fighting on all fronts: plot holes, character arcs, world-building/setting, and pacing. 584 more words

Writing