Hello SErs! Already, we're a week into 2018. I hope you've all gotten off to a great start. For today's post, I'd like to take a look at showing rather than telling. How you choose to write your narrative can make a huge difference to your finished book. It can make the difference between grabbing … Continue reading Show Me Yours …
Merry Christmas, SE readers! Today, I share the gift of good Scrivener news, just in time for the holidays - as Joan has listed the software as a good writer gift. It's been well known for a while that Literature & Latte, makers of Scrivener, that newer versions of the software were in the works. … Continue reading What’s New With Scrivener 3?
Hello SEers and Happy Thanksgiving! I hope everyone has a great holiday! Last week, Staci Troilo shared some fantastic insights for increasing your word-count. There must have been some sort of kismet between us because I was dealing with the same topic as I try to ramp up my word count. Here are some tips … Continue reading Just How Many Words Can You Wordsmith? Follow-up Tips!
Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 I hope this finds you all well. Today, I wanted to move away from my usual focus on words and look at, instead, book covers. I have taken a liberty and used something I wrote for a magazine a while ago. I hope you'll bear with me both on the … Continue reading Judging a book by its cover
Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 How are you all? Today, I thought I'd take a look at how to avoid your book reading as if it has personality disorder. What do I mean by that? Basically, this is what happens if your writing jumps between character Point of View (POV) without any indication. In common … Continue reading Personality Disorder