Hi, SE Readers. In the course of your writing journey, many of you have probably had someone say to you, “Write what you know.” You may have heard, “Write what you don’t know.” The latter designed to encourage writers to conduct research and broaden their knowledge. But have you ever had someone say, “You can … Continue reading Write What You Want
It's the stuff that makes for a great story and grabs people's attention who enjoy one: The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine. The stories about the fabled mine in Arizona's Superstition Mountains has fascinated any number of people and inspired as many as 8,000 people a year to go looking for it. Everyone thinks they will … Continue reading The Lost Dutchman’s Mine Gold Mine of Authors
Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 Happy Wednesday. Today, due to popular demand, I'd like to outline an easy way to format your books for ebook publishing. In the past, you had to know HTML to do any serious editing on your converted book, and using Word meant deleting lots of extra coding that did you … Continue reading Abracadabra: Transforming Your Book
Happy Friday, SErs! Harmony here 🙂 Today is a Friday Writing Question day. Last year proved a tough year for me all around both personally and in my writing and creative life. I guess, looking back, the two went hand-in-hand. While I published a collection of short stories and poems early in the year, I … Continue reading Friday Writing Question: How many …?
Hello SErs! Happy Wednesday. Harmony here 🙂 ... Well, not quite ... I'm away until May 2nd, which I'll tell you about at the bottom of this post. Right now, I'm just pretending to be here! 🙂 In America, today is Administrative Professional's Day. The vision of the IAAP (International Association of Administrative Professionals) is: … Continue reading Writing Excellence #AdminProfessionalsDay