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It's Good to be Busy

Today’s been spent doing a lot of writing and planning for an upcoming story, about novella length, that I want to publish here on a monthly basis. 167 more words


The Differences between Copyediting and Book Coaching

Recently, I’ve been refining my editing process, discovering just what my word processing software can do (and that, yes, it can convert and make things Microsoft Word can still use, despite being made on a Mac). 444 more words


Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury ~ Nonfiction #BookReview

My reading didn’t go as expected last year. I thought a Goodreads goal of 70 books for 2017 would be a cake walk considering I read 100 in 2016. 182 more words


An Ear to the Street: Improving Dialogue

An Ear to the Street: Improving Dialogue

Dialogue serves as your character’s primary voice unless you’re writing close first-person narration. When characters speak naturally the story comes to life. 550 more words


Do you worry about how much you should worry about writing?

It almost doesn’t matter whether you believe worrying about writing is helpful or not. Bobby McFerrin likes to sing “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” but if you’re worried, you’re worried, and it might not be so helpful to have Bobby tell you not to worry, because then you’ll also have to worry about disappointing him. 340 more words

Tips For Overcoming Writer's Block And Procrastination

How I Got My Fab Agent

Writing this post feels like a dream. The whole of February 2018 has felt like a dream. This month has been a whirlwind in the best of ways. 1,598 more words

The Path To Publication

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Write About It Wednesday - Book Signing

Happy Hump Day, Writers! This weekend I will have booth at Lubbock-con to sign and sell books. That’s why this week’s WRITING WORD OF THE WEEK is BOOK SIGNING… 131 more words