Can Editing Be Fun? Maybe. by Therese Walsh

I just read a fantastic post on storyfix.com by Therese Walsh about ways to get creative Right Brain working with analytic, "hatchet-happy" editor, Left Brain. Instead of trying to explain what Therese says, I've decided to repost it. Here it is: Can Editing Be Fun? Maybe. a guest post by Therese Walsh First, I want to thank Larry … Continue reading Can Editing Be Fun? Maybe. by Therese Walsh

From Glimmers to Guts: 7 Steps to Self-Publishing

I sometimes wonder how other writers develop their books. Do they plan it all out from the beginning so nothing's a surprise? Do they "fly by the seat of their pants" and just begin writing? Do they write in bits and pieces, then somehow put it all together like a puzzle? There could be as … Continue reading From Glimmers to Guts: 7 Steps to Self-Publishing

Critters Makes for Better Writing

My husband is a big Star Wars fan.  He watches all six movies often, though there's a couple he watches more often than the rest.  He collects the action figures (never call them toys to a "true" collector).  He rushes to the video store that sells the comic books the same day they call him … Continue reading Critters Makes for Better Writing