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I get it. For every writing rule, there’s a writer breaking it and it WORKS, and that drives some people nuts. I’ve seen it; I’ve done it. My answer to “How many point of view characters can I have?” or … Continue reading
Reblogged from Writers In The Storm Blog: Writers In The Storm is pleased to welcome Big Al, our first reviewer! Looking at the posts on the Writers In The Storm Blog and reading the bios of the contributors I was … Continue reading
Reblogged from J W Manus: Last week a friend sent me the link to this article: The Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Book. He wanted to know my take on the issue. The article seems to have gotten the facts … Continue reading
Reblogged from Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors: If anyone out there outlines (and succeeds by this method), please leave a comment below because I would love to feature a guest post on the plotting method. There is no one method … Continue reading
Reblogged from Catherine, Caffeinated: WARNING: This is one of them long ones. Better go get a fresh cup of coffee before you start… We all know I love publishers. I still hope, should I ever finish The Novel, to be … Continue reading
Writing and coffee. Has a nice, cuddly ring to it, yes? I picture a rainy day, a steaming mug, a scribe leaning back and conjuring up the perfect metaphor, a fresh pot dripping away in the kitchen. Facebook likes coffee, … Continue reading
Many of you know that I wrote Drawing Breath as a small way to honor a friend who lived into his thirties with cystic fibrosis. Although each person who is diagnosed with the disease experiences a unique level of severity, … Continue reading
Reblogged from J W Manus: I get several emails a week from people who are self-publishing or thinking about self-publishing. They ask me questions about the process. Sometimes I can answer: “What’s a good program for making an ebook?” (look … Continue reading