Fabulous Writing TipsOct 26, 2023
6 Secrets to Self-Publish Your Novel
How to Leverage a Bad Review
If you get a low rating on a book, don't just roll your eyes and move on. Try to figure out what the reviewer is trying to tell you with that one star. Author Patricia Simpson shares some real world reviews she has received and how she leveraged them to improve her books.
POV: Can I Really Wear Those Shoes?
Writers head hop all the time. But is this doing a disservice to our characters and readers? We can never know what another person thinks and feels. Not really. Not deep inside. Especially a person from another time, gender or culture. Join me as I have a meltdown.
The Secret to Managing Your Manuscript
When you’re writing a book, do you keep a separate calendar for it, so you know what is going on and when? When you edit your chapters, do you often struggle to locate a scene that needs to be changed? (Where is that swordfight, anyway?) When you want to get a birds-eye view of your story for plotting purposes, do you get lost in the weeds of your book? If so, I’ve got a secret for you!