The Repeats

If you’ve ever edited a manuscript, you’ll know that it takes many drafts and lots of re-writing to shape said manuscript into a readable book. Amongst those drafts should be a pass that includes finding a word that is repeated so much that you could turn it into a drinking game. I call these instances... Continue Reading →

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5 Sure-Fire Signs That You’re Procrasta-Writing

Last week I talked about being uninspired to write after recovering from surgery and I'm happy to say that this week I did leave the binge-watching behind and put my fingers to the keyboard. I got back to writing blog posts and regularly posting and interacting on Instagram, where the great writing community reminded me... Continue Reading →

Character Dos and Don’ts

When it comes to the characters of your book, no one is going to know them like you do. Bringing these imaginary people to life and making them feel real is a tricky art. One that you can master with practice, learned skills, and remembering some of these dos and don’ts. Dos Do Work With... Continue Reading →

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