When I first started writing, whenever I would reach a point of climax in the story, I’d break and recap in a new scene. Needless to say, none of those stories ever saw the light of publication. (Don’t … Continue Reading ››
You and Facebook are having issues. It's complicated. The friend requests and event invitations that once charmed you now drive you nuts. What was designed to be useful for an intimate group becomes increasingly unwieldy the more friends you add. You're stuck … Continue Reading ››
Some things make life as a writer worthwhile despite the struggles. You win a contest, find an agent and land a contract. You launch your book with parties, signings and interviews – all with you, the author, at center. You’re sought … Continue Reading ››
A social media platform needs a support system, a set of pillars that stabilizes and suspends the infrastructure. Attempting to build a platform before its supports are in … Continue Reading ››
Confused by the editing process? Janalyn's free guide will take you, step by step, through five ways to edit … Continue Reading ››
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If you're looking for a good, swift kick in the backside along with some heartfelt advice, Every Writer Needs a Tribe is the book for you. Jeff Goins demystifies use of social networking to build a relevant author … Continue Reading ››
I may be the only gardener who cheers when deer sample my tomatoes. I’ve tried to reform but to no success. Now I plant extra for the graceful beauties. As a gardener, I seem to do … Continue Reading ››