Oooo, step 3! In case you missed it, the 7 steps I’ve been discussing in “How to Make Your Novel Sellable” are: Initial Read Through Seek and Destroy Problem Words In-depth Word Analysis Read it Out Get Some Feedback Let… Continue Reading
Hi, this is Denise. I’m not here right now because I’m hanging out with my friend Amanda at her blog. Leave me a message and I’ll get back to you, or come hang out with us! Banned books. Does the… Continue Reading
Welcome back for more editing fun! A quick review of the 7 steps: Initial Read Through Seek and Destroy Problem Words In-depth Word Analysis Read it Out Get Some Feedback Let it Rest Repeat!
In the short story, “The Things They Carried,” by Tim O’Brien, the author uses a technique in which he uniquely describes aspects of the characters and the situation by listing the items the men are carrying with them in the… Continue Reading
Last week, I gave you the 7 steps to edit your novel and make it a sellable quality. This is a subject that is so near and dear to my heart that I’m not through discussing it yet. And it’s… Continue Reading
In the short story, “To Build a Fire,” Jack London creates a character that is very easy to identify with because of his flaws. We never learn the name of the man, but we see almost immediately something about the… Continue Reading
December seems to be the “now what” month when it comes to writing. If you’ve won NaNoWriMo, you have a fresh novel on your hands (or will soon). This isn’t only a NaNo discussion, though. You have a book and… Continue Reading
Well, it’s now December 2 and NaNoWriMo 2013 has officially ended. Very happy to say, I completed the month successfully as of the 24th and even managed to finish writing my novel on the 29th! I’ve already started editing and… Continue Reading