Today I am writing about planning. Not planning to write, we covered that in my last post. I'm talking about planning your book.
Writing: Learning to Write
Some people feel that they need some training in how to write before starting their writing project.
Writing: Getting Started
Do you already have a story floating around in your head just waiting to be told? Or do you want to be a writer, but have no idea of what to write about?
What Are You Reading?
I know, I know, you've already been asked this before – but what are you reading during this 'virus' lockdown? I am genuinely curious.
How to prepare your manuscript for a fiction editor
Not only does this make it easier for the editor, but it saves the author money as the editor does not have to take the time to make the file ready.
The BIG Questions – How Much Does Editing & Proofreading Cost? And How Long Does It Take?
Today I answer the two questions that editors and proofreaders are most frequently asked.
Your Questions Answered!
I have answered the most common questions asked of editors and proofreaders.
Book Review: Intermittent Casting – Book 6 in the Widow’s Bay Series
“You look like crap, but that’s not why we have to go back because there’s breaking news.”
Book Review: Curse Strings – Book 5 in the Widow’s Bay Series
There was trouble afoot in the form of German Potato Salad.
Book Review: Wands Have More Fun – Book 4 in the Widow’s Bay Series
A dead body, a vampire with a dad bod, a beauty pageant, a blizzard, and getting back into the dating pool after twenty years? Just a typical week in Widow's Bay.