Do you ever wonder about the people behind the books floating around out there? You know, the books in cyberspace. The ones crowding shop shelves and stacked on the floor beside your bed. Those books. Who are the people behind them? The ones we call writers, and dare I say...authors. Are they mind readers? Lofty… Continue reading When You Corner an Author: L.M. Nelson…An Interview
I've said before that critique partners--or more specifically, beta readers--are a must have for writers today. When we finish writing something, editing and revising several times, we begin to lose our objectivity with each pass. We can't always see the mistakes we've made, and we can easily miss weak points because the story is far… Continue reading What Might a Peer Critique Look Like?
I took quite a long hiatus from my blog! I'm so sorry to everyone who actually takes the time to read my posts! I feel like I've been away far too long, but life took a temporary side-trail. I'm finally headed back to the main road. I'm not sure how long I'll be staying on… Continue reading Praise vs. Paycheck: What is the comparison?
Merriam-Webster defines a critique as: a careful judgment in which you give your opinion about the good and bad parts of something (such as a piece of writing or a work of art) It defines criticism as follows: the act of expressing disapproval and of noting the problems or faults of a person or thing… Continue reading Critique Vs Criticism