Scenes drive your story forward; without them, there would be no novel. Your scenes need to keep your reader on the edge of their seat with your plot and characters because otherwise, they won’t keep reading. Looking at your novel on a scene-by-scene basis is a critical step in the writing and editing process. Here’s a list of six things youContinue reading “6 Quick Tips For Writing Gripping Scenes – Writer’s Edit”
There is a romantic myth that surrounds writers. This myth is rife with infatuation, possessiveness and protectiveness: a writer is supposed to be obsessed with their work. Utterly absorbed. If their creative process stalls, or in some instances flatlines, the writer should just work harder. More rewrites, more experimentation. They should even put the draft away toContinue reading “4 Signs It’s Time To Quit A Writing Project – Writer’s Edit”
I currently use OneNote and the Outlining Your Novel Workbook to plan novels, but I’ve been intrigued by bullet journaling for a while and know a few people who love it. On the other hand, it seems like a lot of extra work. What do you think? Have you done it? “You may have seenContinue reading “The Complete Guide To Bullet Journaling For Writers – Writer’s Edit”
New Holiday Anthology up for pre-order! Starstruck Holidays: A MM Sci-Fi Romance Anthology By: Jennifer Loring, B. Leslie Tirrell, Merryn Dexter, Kerry Adrienne and Lia Davis Heat up your holidays with four out of this world, MM sci-fi romance novellas from five bestselling authors. AND it’s only #99cents through release week, then the price goesContinue reading “Starstruck Holidays–A M/M Sci-Fi Romance Anthology”
Here’s a playlist I put together for my next big project. Don’t forget that starting next month, you can get a free, two-story bundle featuring the main characters if you’re subscribed to my newsletter!
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It’s been a busy year (in a good way!) and looks to stay that way through the end of 2016. In roughly chronological order, here’s what’s coming up for the rest of the year and what’s on deck after that.
As I often tell authors, the good news about book promotion is the same as the bad news: There’s always something more you can be doing for your book. This means that, on one hand, you always have the opportunity to reach new readers, no matter how long your book has been out in theContinue reading “5 Everyday Book Marketing Tips For Authors – Writer’s Edit”
Things have been busy around these parts, so I somehow forgot to post that I was recently interviewed by my hometown paper. Click the pic!