If you are in this writing and publishing game for the long term, shortsighted tactics are not the answer. You need to find your own unique way of doing things, and that takes time.
Editing Tips for First Drafts: how I wrote my draft of "In The Woods" and tips from professional editors on how to self edit to make it a professional draft.
It's a beautiful spring day. The rain has passed, the skies are blue and the grass green, and the birds are singing. As we appreciate the beautiful surroundings, preparing for our spring holidays, it's easy to forget the truths in the world. We are lulled into a false nicety, a fairytale land, and hope for … Continue reading Live Like It’s Your Last Breath
The writing becomes difficult when we face a scene that we need to write, and we don’t want to relive that experience for personal reasons.
It's funny how we repeat phrases often without thinking of where they came from or the context of the meaning. I noticed one such phrase recently "through a glass darkly". I had suggested to a reading group at BookLikes.com that we should read a book series called: WITHIN THE GLASS DARKLY by William Gareth Evans … Continue reading The Things We Say: through a glass darkly