Writing Needs Editing Part 2

February 25, 2018 No Comments

Editing Part 2 More Editing Editing Part 2! So last time, we looked at some general issues surrounding editing. Although the process may seem daunting, it still must be done. For this post, I will assume you have done the tasks outlined in the first part. If not, then this methodology will still work. But […]

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Writing Needs Editing Part 1

February 25, 2018 No Comments

Editing Part 1 What’s this All About? Editing in a Nutshell If you don’t do any editing, don’t expect people to read your work. Unless you normally write six-word horror stories, you are going to need an editor. Everybody needs this service. However, you should edit your work before handing it over to a professional. […]

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Self-Review – Revved Up

February 25, 2018 No Comments

Review – Revved Up Revved Up rocks. It’s the kind of story I tossed off rather quickly and then it kind of took on a life of its own. Background This story started because I had stayed at my childhood home and noticed something odd in the front yard. And the truth is, it was […]

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Writing Progress Reports – Coming Soon!

February 25, 2018 No Comments

Writing Progress Reports I hope you’re interested in writing progress reports. Because I will be adding them. I love to write and I try to do it on a somewhat regular basis. For 2018, one of my resolutions (a fancy word for plans) is to write a lot more like the late, great Ray Bradbury. […]

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Beta Reading for Indie Writers

February 25, 2018 1 Comment

Beta Reading Beta reading is both an art and a science, I feel. There are good ways to do it. And there are not so good ways. But as an independent writer, the best way to get beta readers to help you is to become a beta reader yourself. Here I’ll address common issues and […]

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Supporting Indie Authors

February 25, 2018 6 Comments

Supporting Indie Authors Supporting Indie Authors – do you do it? I am published, and one issue that comes up, time and again, concerns how people can go about supporting indie authors. In particular, friends and family far removed from the business of writing or social media or public relations or marketing or the like still […]

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