Today I am writing about planning. Not planning to write, we covered that in my last post. I'm talking about planning your book.
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.
Book Review: Late Broomers – Book 3 in the Widow’s Bay Series
"I licked the lipstick off my teeth, smoothed down the back of my hair, and checked to be sure my scarf was neatly tucked into my coat. I also looked behind me to double check that police vehicles were set up where I expected. Everything was in order..."
Book Review: Coven Mitt – Book 2 in the Widow’s Bay Series
"I wasn't sure about this plan. Not in the slightest bit. But here I was, sitting around the cauldron with my freshly minted coven."
Book Review: Resting Witch Face – Book 1 in the Widow’s Bay Series
The series has been described as "a witty mix of True Blood and Desperate Housewives."
A Must Read – Cross Stitch by Diana Gabaldon
All copy editors and writers should read as much as possible. Reading is said to be the foundation of writing. One of the key qualities of a good copy editor or writer is that he or she is also a reader.
Creative Writing Course – My Experience Part 3
I believe there are always things we need to learn ...
Creative Writing Course – My Experience Part 2
Join me for Part 2 of my 3-part series. In this series, I am sharing my experiences while undertaking a Creative and Professional Writing course online from Griffith University.