The cover reveal for Don & Stephanie Prichard’s debut novel, Stranded.
m4s0n501 If you’re a loyal follower of this blog, you’ve no doubt noticed my absence in June and July. You might also be wondering where I’ve been and what I’ve… Read more >
Today, I’m guest posting at Brandi-Ann Uyemura’s blog and we’re talking about why it’s important for every writer to hire a good editor.
Dianna T. Benson talks about her second novel, Final Trimester, and about her life as a suspense writer.
If story question is so important to writing a novel, how can you find your story’s story question? Carrie shares two tips that have helped her find her story questions.
The story question is the thing that motivates your lead character to engage in the story. Can you really write a novel without knowing what the story question is?
If you’ve been writing and are wanting to begin publishing freelance articles, the answer is also amazingly easy. The first thing you need to do is find something to write about. So how do you do that? Read Carrie’s post on Mustard Seed Marketing to find out.
Do all of your work habits contribute to productivity? Take a look at the ways you work to find out.
Do you know when, where, and how you do your most productive writing?
Carrie Lynn Lewis is writing a book on writing single sentence summaries and is looking for stories to use as samples in the book.