No matter how many times you've read through your precious manuscript, I can guarantee you that there are still corrections and improvements to be made. I know--because I'm a writer, too--and I've been there. Writing has always been my passion–and out of that passion, almost by default, grew a staunch conviction that, if you are … Continue reading Finally going to publish that book? Then you need an editor–because Grammarly isn’t enough.
Hallooooo, dear readers! I hope you all are having a wonderful week so far--and have been able to put the pen to paper at least a few times. Here is my response to prompt 8; prompt 9's response will be along early next week. Enjoy, and feel free to peruse my other responses: Limber Up … Continue reading Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 8
As much as I consider myself a fiction writer, it seems my most successful (and when I say successful, I mean published...and when I say published, I mean twice) writing projects have been memoir or personal essays. The biggest mistake many writers can make is to pigeonhole themselves into one particular genre, simply because it's … Continue reading Turning Memories into Memoir–Where to Begin?