Ever had this happen? Today started out as one of those days. For no particular reason at all, I woke up feeling kinda bleh. Well, maybe it wasn’t for NO reason. Maybe it had something to do with the fact… Continue Reading
In the short story “Silver Water” by Amy Bloom, we enter the life of a family that is being ripped apart by the tragedy of a mental illness, yet is still fiercely loyal to each other. Bloom uses humor in… Continue Reading
You’ve made it this far. You’ve been diligent and hardworking through each of the six steps. So, now it’s time to sit back and wait for the book offers to roll in. Or not. Most likely, after you take a… Continue Reading
And, our quick review of the 7 steps in “How to Make Your Novel Sellable”: Initial Read Through Seek and Destroy Problem Words In-depth Word Analysis Read it Out Get Some Feedback Let it Rest Repeat!
The novel Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen is fundamentally about two sisters and their conquests for love and marriage. The driving factors behind who they eventually marry, however, are what make the story intriguing. Austen has created a delightful… Continue Reading
I’m off visiting a friend today! Come over to Christina Weigand’s blog where I talked about inspiration for writing and how to never run out of things to write about. Here’s a little teaser: Writers often talk about inspiration as… Continue Reading
Meet Christina Weigand. She is the author of the Palace of the Twelve Pillars series, and it just so happens that book 3 is coming out this week! Chris stopped by to share with us an interview with 2 of… Continue Reading