Twitter is a great resource for writers and authors, no matter what stage of the writing process you’re at. There are tags for when you’re writing and editing, for when you’re hunting agents/publication, and for once you have your book out. Continue reading
Describe your editing process.
I tend to micro-edit as I write. This involves reworking lines and even entire lines to fit the evolving narrative. Doing this does slow the process down, but on the flip side it produces a very clean manuscript. Continue reading
“Write every day” is advice that gets banded about a lot in the writing community, usually with several rebuttals because it’s ableist AF. It doesn’t take into account people with physical and/or mental illness. If you’re low on energy or in mood, then the last thing you want to hear is that writers write. Continue reading
Is romance necessary in all fiction? Why or why not?
All? Of course not. However, I prefer my fiction to either be romance or at least have an element of it. And not just an aside to draw in romance readers for their dollars – a properly filled out romance, which means that aspect of the plot has a happily ever after. Continue reading
I am slowly creeping my way back into the writing community after… well, let’s rewind to mid November. Continue reading