Hi, Gang. Craig here again with the conclusion to my bit of free-form thinking. It all began with Write Small, where we learned to include small details to help readers relate to our characters. These are the split-ends and hangnails of our stories. Then we moved on to Write Medium, where our main story really … Continue reading Write Large
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
If you’re a middle child, you’re most likely the peacekeeper of the family with a penchant for loyalty. Your older sibling tends to be an over-achiever who assumes leadership positions, and your younger sibling is the creative one who can be on the manipulative side. Does any of this sound familiar? These are traits psychologists … Continue reading The Middle Child #WritingaSeries
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!