Whenever I blog about craft, I’m coming from the perspective of a long-time editor. I do understand that the creation process is vastly different from the editing process. I know this because I’ve been on both sides.
Get an accountant, abstain from sex and similes, cut, rewrite, then cut and rewrite again – if all else fails, pray. Inspire by Elmore Leonard's 10 Rules of Writing, we asked authors for their personal dos and don'ts (Every writer has their methods.
This week at school our girls are learning the mechanics of proper writing. On the weekends we whisk them away to local coffee shops (with pencil and paper in h (Check out these simple ways to encourage young writers.
In my nearly 30 years at universities, I have seen a lot of very talented people fail because they couldn't, or didn't, write. (10 tips on scholarly nonfiction writing that might help people write less badly.
The Spawn and his minion Lazr Cat. We’ve been talking about some heavy stuff the past several posts, so I figured it was time for a bit of levity. We writers are different *eye twitches* for sure, but the world would be SO boring without us.
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