This is part of the Insecure Writer's Support Group blog-hop, designed to help encourage authors and foster discussions about writing topics across the internet and the world. This month's question is, "What was an early experience where you learned that language had power?" This is something I constantly have to watch out for, as an … Continue reading The Power in Our Words
This is part of the Insecure Writer's Support Group blog-hop, designed to help encourage authors and foster discussions about writing topics across the internet and the world. This month's question is, "Besides writing, what other creative outlets do you have?" This is actually a very applicable topic, because my other main creative outlet—editing and book … Continue reading Creativity in Editing: A Good or Bad Thing?
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: Sally Forest Genre: Women's fiction Title: Choose: Snakes or Ladders - A Psychological Coming-of-Age Novel Blurb: The first in … Continue reading Blurb Coaching – Choose: Snakes or Ladders
I haven’t always been fond of rewriting. I used to approach it as the last thing to do, a quick proofread to catch errors and inconsistencies and then be done with things. What I enjoyed most was the new stories, thinking of scenarios and exploring new adventures with my characters, not going back over the … Continue reading Revision: A Miserable Experience or A Grand Adventure?