I've written about editorial reviews, discussing what they are and how a writer benefits from them here, and I wanted to share an example with you. So here is a guest post about a short self-help book, showcasing how an editorial review works. Enjoy! Title: Deserving Good: Getting to Know Your Real Self and Live … Continue reading Editorial Review – Deserving Good
I've been sharing the blurb coaching series from A Writer's Path Writers Club, and this is the next in the series. To learn more about how your blurb can be coached, click here. Enjoy! Name: Felicia Denise Genre: Women's Fiction Title: Heartburn Original Blurb: Ten years ago, Quinn Landon never saw divorce in her … Continue reading Blurb Coaching – Heartburn
So I recently had a suggestion that I create image widgets about my book coaching so they can be put in sidebars, so I did. Thanks, Trix! You're welcome to copy them and post them on your own site, Facebook, etc. Thank you all so much for your interest and support! Copyright 2017 Andrea … Continue reading Widget Images Are Here!
If you ever wanted a free critique to a beginning of one of your stories--if something is nagging you and you want a second pair of eyes, or if you just wanted to flex your writing muscles and help out another writer--then you'll be happy to know that the Under the Microscope feature on A … Continue reading Under the Microscope is Back at A Writer’s Path
So now that the A-Z challenge is over this year, I'm trying to turn my attention to other concerns. Paramount among these is writing fiction (my works-in-progress never saw me in April) and book reviews. And to all those who have sent in a book review request or are expecting a review, I'm very sorry … Continue reading Update on Book Reviews
I was recently nominated for my first ever blogging award, the Liebster Award, by Allison D. Reid. Thanks, Allison! The rules are as follows: Say thank you to the person who has nominated you for the award. – Answer the 11 questions the person has asked you. – Nominate 11 people (comment on their blog … Continue reading My First Award!
Happy March, everyone!! This, of course, means we only have one month left before the A to Z blogging challenge kicks off (which means its high time to start planning or, in my case, writing up some of my posts ahead of time so I don't have to do the whole thing during April and … Continue reading One Month to the A to Z Blogging Challenge
Have you ever been writing along and wished you could find out if your description made sense? If it was too wordy or uninformative? If your dialogue was true to character, your novel the right length, the plot coherent? Such questions are not the sign that one is a "bad writer," for even good writers … Continue reading What Book Coaching Can Do For You
Yesterday was a (literal) snow day in the Pacific NW, so I never got around to the computer, but here, as promised, is the update on the A to Z blogging challenge. There will still be a challenge, and it will run everyday in April (save Sundays--though apparently we have to do one Sunday because … Continue reading Update on the A to Z Challenge
Last year in April, I participated in my first ever A to Z challenge, where bloggers write a post for each letter of the alphabet in one month (though posts don't always have anything to do with the "assigned" letter for the day). It's great fun and one of the best ways to find new … Continue reading A to Z Challenge News is Coming…