It’s been a while since I’ve written! I hate admitting it, but I got in a bit over my head when I was trying to post three times a week, all while traveling a lot for work and making some exciting life changes. I won’t get into any of that here – I’m too excited… Continue reading BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!
Today’s topic – the importance of self-editing during the writing process. Yes, you saw that correctly! Self -editing is not a separate entity from writing. Really. It’s not. I had all kinds of aspirations to become an editor after I got my Master’s degree, and maybe one day I’ll be able to do that on… Continue reading The Importance of Self-Editing
Here’s something that I’ve gotten asked several times: how do I force myself to write when I don’t feel like it? There’s definitely a key word in that sentence – force. Yes, I have to force myself to write sometimes. That’s the way of the world, especially since writing is my job, a lot of… Continue reading Making Time to Write
For my second post about querying, I wanted to address something I hinted about last week, something that any querying writer will know all about. Rejection. I don’t even really like saying it. It’s depressing and hard and sad. So, this post isn’t going to be about rejection in my specific case. I’m not here… Continue reading On Rejection
For those of you who may be reading this who haven’t thought about publishing a book, “querying” as a word may not mean very much to you. However, for those of you who have thought about publishing a book, you know that querying is everything. It’s makes all the difference, a lot of the time.… Continue reading How Querying Works and Why It’s Important