This post was a special request, and I'm happy to explain my process. I'm going to ask you pantsers to read it too. I may not change your mind, but you might glean a tip or two anyway. Today, we're going to talk about outlining, but we're going to do it my way. Remember the … Continue reading A friendlier way of outlining
Hello SErs! Harmony here. Happy Monday! Well, with yesterday being both April Fool's day and Easter Sunday, I took care when biting into my Easter Eggs, lols! 🙂 You just never know ... Okay, so, today, I thought I'd take a look at matters of size when it comes to print publishing. For a long … Continue reading Size Matters: What do you look for in size?
Last year included several changes for me as a writer which were unusually challenging. A work-force reduction caught me flat-footed and out of the job. Meanwhile, The Bow of Destiny was doing very well, having attracted some contract offers and even gotten me the attention of my agent. However, it became very apparent that one … Continue reading Clearing a Logjam
Making choices self-publishing choices can feel like throwing darts blindfolded. With all the changes to publishing in the last decade or so it gets even more confusing. For instance, now there are opportunities with hybrid publishers which can open more doors for authors and leave them more perplexed than ever. When indie-publishing really took off, … Continue reading Throwing Darts Blindfolded & Author Considerations
Hi, gang. Craig here again. I'm noticing that my posts tend to be more open ended than the other authors here. Part of that is because there are so many different methods to produce a good story. I like to discuss things and present options. This time the topic is characters. I've been told I … Continue reading An open dialog on characters