Let your characters develop on the pages of notebooks, sketch pads, character files in e-folders on your desk top computers or your cellphone. Just get it down, somewhere, or you’ll never know your characters well enough to take you to the end of the story.Read more
If you do not have a LinkedIn Profile, I am going to encourage you to go on over to the LinkedIn Site and create an account. It isn’t difficult to create your Writerly Persona, if you do it one step at a time. On LinkedIn there are two things you should keep in mind, up front.Read more
I ran across this article while researching something entirely different. So, I thought I would bring it to chat.Read more
We should talk about Marketing. It starts with an M and we are in the Month of May.
How do you put a blog tour together? Should you pay a third party to set up a Tour on your behalf?Read more
Who needs to build a website? Do you know what to include?
Who has a website? Is it up-to-date?Read more
Tonight, we are going to have an open chat, bring your own topic and let’s see what happens.Read more
Our running topic for March will be Revision & Editing. We will sort out the difference between Revision and Editing and address techniques and forms of editing.Read more
Writing and selling an article to a magazine is a great place for writers to get a toe into the publishing world or earn some street creds.Read more
Writers need a toolbox including the essential tools of grammar and punctuation combined with our voice, our unique story. Novel writing is not something to be entered into lightly.Read more
There are countless writing reference books, updated yearly, at your local library. You can build your own reference library, stack or e-files in your own time, according to your needs and income. A Reference Library for every writer is going to be as unique as the writer’s style. Go through your books once or twice a year. Add to it. Don’t be afraid to use it.Read more