The publishing industry needs to be more inclusive, but writers can be too. All they need is patience, open-mindedness, and sensitivity readers.
Missed last week's discussion on being a plotter vs a panster? No worries! Here's the highlights and a sneak peek of this week's discussion topic!
This month is Camp NaNoWriMo, which means it's writing time! And I think that means we should have a writerly discussion! So, are you a plotter or a panster? And what is the advantage of that?
Another round of novel edits done! Now I'm looking for betareaders and critique partners. Read more if you're interested in a YA scifi!
When Melanie asked me to be a part of this New Year’s goals guest post series, I was thrilled. Not only did it give me a great subject to write about, but it prompted me to go ahead and begin thinking about my 2016 goals and aspirations before the date of January 1st actually rolled… Continue reading J.R.’s 2016 New Years Resolutions
2016 - An “Open Letter” to Editing As Thomas Edison (whose birthday I share) once said, “Success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration.” The same is true of writing. The glorious, fun, wild ride that is the first draft is the 10%, while editing is the 90%. Editing, that's why I'm letting you know right… Continue reading Eve Messenger’s 2016 New Years Resolutions