It’s not an overstatement to say that backstory can make or break your book. Too much, and your readers may be bored to tears—too little, and they won’t know what’s going on. So this week, I’m over at Elizabeth Spann…Read more ›
Yay! We’ve made it to the last of my 4-part series, Everything You Need to Know About Working with a Freelance Editor. This week, let’s talk about what makes a good freelance editor. Most articles about finding a freelance editor…Read more ›
Welcome to part two in my 4-part series, Everything You Need to Know About Working with a Freelance Editor. This week, 7 rules of working with a freelance editor. Let’s get to it. 1. Don’t send your manuscript to a…Read more ›
A few times a month, I meet a new writer who doesn’t want to pick a genre for their work-in-progress. They have many reasons, but it usually comes down to just one: they don’t want to be pigeon-holed. Their books…Read more ›
Welcome to the third part of my series, Everything You Need to Know About Working with a Freelance Editor. We’ve been over the stages of editing and some ground rules for working with your editor. This week is all about…Read more ›
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