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 hadn't really planned to cover editing in the How to Not Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing series--except to say that as far as I'm concerned, editing is a must--but a question arose that I didn't want to gloss over. Trust me when I say I know that editing can seem like a lofty, unattainable… Continue reading How to Not Get Overwhelmed: The Editing/Editor Consideration
This is another "nomination" I received this last week, but from another source with mostly bookish purposes meant for everyone to enjoy. Blondeusk at BlondeWriteMore actually asked me to participate along with her and some other very amazing people! I'm really quite surprised, and I feel like that tiny gray fish that was offered one of… Continue reading “Meet My Character” Blog Tour