Learn how to listen for your genuine voice as you silence that demon, The Faux Writer, who may persistently be trying to intrude.
The devil is in the details: thoughts and pointers for keeping your writing TMI-free.
As contemporary writers, we can still benefit tremendously by listening to the words we’ve written. In fact, reading our work aloud is an essential step in the writing process.
Learn why it’s important to home in on your book’s core subject.
With good dialogue, a character’s words come alive on the page and connect with us. Good dialogue will keep that prospective literary agent turning the pages and the reader wanting more.
Whether you’re writing a snappy cover letter, traditional book proposal, or full-length manuscript to wow a literary agent or publisher, you need to steer clear of the biggest mistakes writers make in crafting their prose.
Writing is lonely, difficult work, and on top of that, anyone who wants to master the craft of writing fiction has to self-reveal. This surprises people. Many novelists believe that they need only lose themselves in a character, but the truth is that a writer of fiction needs to dig deep in order to feel…