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Memoir: The Poet In Spite of Herself

Originally posted on No Wasted Ink:
I stood before the audience, my notebook open as I prepared to read an excerpt from my novel The Curate’s Brother. It is a historical romance based off of Jane Austen’s novel Persuasion. It was one of many readings that I would do to promote my new book that…

How To Handle The Story That Keeps On Giving #MondayBlogs #Writing #Writer

How To Handle The Story That Keeps On Giving #MondayBlogs #Writing #Writer

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
Have you ever experienced writing a story that gives you more than just an interesting tale and a collection of fictional people? Let me explain. Last week, in my blog post titled, The Story Which Wants To Show You Other Things, I spoke about how, whilst working on a draft of…

Listening to Your WIP – #WritingTip #amwriting

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
We’ve talked about this in the past, but as I avail myself of the process more and more, I now wonder how I wrote anything without stopping to hear my words now and then. At the very least, how did I dare submit my revised document to an editor,…

How to Keep Up With the Details in Your Manuscript

Originally posted on COW PASTURE CHRONICLES:
As I’ve said before, writing  “The End” on the first draft is only the beginning of your work on the road to publication. One of the things I discovered, immediately after completing a 77,000 + word draft, is keeping up with the details, even with Scrivener, seems like a monumental…

Tips On Writing Characters With Agency

Originally posted on Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress:
One thing you hear about a lot when you start sending your manuscript out into the world is ‘agency’. Most agents (and publishers) are looking for characters who make things happen, not ones who merely react to the situation they’re stuck with. https://youtu.be/V3Hpm-z9068 In general, inciting incidents…

The Star Wars Book Tag Pt.2

The Star Wars Book Tag Pt.2

Hello my little favorite munhkins. Today I am back in school so that is great *please note the sarcasm*. I am just looking forward to getting the next two weeks over with so I can get some more sleep. I re-watched Han Solo on Sunday which is really funny because it really got me in…

When The Publisher Calls You

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
Hold on a sec, I got some thoughts about your memoir You open your email, and O frabjous day! A publisher has come calling! They’ve seen your work in a literary magazine and wonder if you have a chapbook, or would like to be in their anthology.  Or…

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