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Tips for Editing a Manuscript

There’s a mistake here…oh, and another here…did I miss that one last time?…oh and another one…

Editing can be a gruelling task, seemingly never ending. And you have to perform several rounds of it too. 853 more words

Book Writing

Sketchy - Poem to honour my mother on what would have been her 92nd birthday

Here is a new poem from Line published b Black Moss Press in 2018:


Time zigzagged for my mother

Like jazz on a sax… 246 more words

Samples Of My Writing


Confidence sucks.

Confidence is hard when you’re worried about breaking the person you wanted to be, the person you’ve built.

I feel like being confident is the hardest thing to do and I hate it.

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Writing Posts

Author Interview Pt. 1: Jacqueline E. Smith

Jacqueline E. Smith is the author of Cemetery Tours, Lurking in the Deep, and Boy Band, to name a few. She currently has nine books published, and runs a publishing business on the side. 506 more words


The Double Life of Water

Water is dynamic,

But does it ever feel panic?

Water is flexible.

Does it ever feel unstable?

Water gives life.

It can corrode a knife. 27 more words


A Chronical of Hope...

I have been loving the experience of blogging and went into it with no expectation of making money. I wanted to write about Chronic Pain and Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia and Invisible Illness. 657 more words

Invisible Illness

Planning Your Novel (or Nah?)

How to Plan Your Novel

Somewhere, a fabled and mystical writer exists who can write engrossing and skillful novels without the pesky chore of outlining. Could one of my readers be that writer? 658 more words