Tag: writing

Author Spotlight – Meet Author Eric Borgerson #RRBC #RWISA

I truly believe in paying it forward. There are an amazing number of authors who deserve to be showcased for their works, so here I do my part. Join me in celebrating the author being spotlighted today.   Today, please join me in welcoming…

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “Heinlein’s Rules for Writers Rule One: You Must Write Rule Two: Finish What Your Start Rule Three: You Must Refrain From Rewriting, Except to Editorial Order Rule Four: You Must Put Your Story on the Market Rule Five: You Must Keep it on…

How to Grow an Email Newsletter Starting from Zero — Jane Friedman

Jane shares Christine’s excellent advice on building an email newsletter from scratch…   Today’s guest post is by Christina McDonald (@Christinamac79), author of The Night Olivia Fell. An email list is your secret weapon for selling books—it is a direct connection to your reader….

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “A man’s grammar, like Caesar’s wife, should not only be pure, but above suspicion of impurity.” ― Edgar Allan Poe          

Character Actions: Should There Be a Reason Why? — from A Writer’s Path

Andrea gives great examples in the following article:   by Andrea Lundgren Characters do all kinds of things in fiction. Their actions make up the stories we write, and if they did nothing…it’d be pretty boring. But how much motivation should there be in…

Author Spotlight – Meet Author Michelle Abbott #RRBC #RWISA

I truly believe in paying it forward. There are an amazing number of authors who deserve to be showcased for their works, so here I do my part. Join me in celebrating the author being spotlighted today.   Today, please join me in welcoming…

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “Becoming a writer is about becoming conscious. When you’re conscious and writing from a place of insight and simplicity and real caring about the truth, you have the ability to throw the lights on for your reader. He or she will recognize his…

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “Start telling the stories that only you can tell, because there’ll always be better writers than you and there’ll always be smarter writers than you. There will always be people who are much better at doing this or doing that – but you…