All about plotting, pantsing, and all points in between. Thanks to Melissa for the question.
Is it a good idea to pull down early stories that aren’t as good as later ones?
Should you rework, revise, or rewrite earlier books/stories after you’ve published them? If so, when, and how?
Now that you’ve finished your NaNoWriMo journey, there’s only one thing left to do.
The one thing I’ve gotten the most emails asking about–here’s a comprehensive look at editing and getting to market without wrecking your book or ruining your schedule.
Life gets in the way of writing–staying the course can mean making some difficult decisions.
Writing every day is all about priorities. And sometimes, negotiating priorities gets…complicated. But making those tough decisions are essential to having a career that lasts. Here are some things worth considering.
Is it really possible to keep writing at speed, even during holidays, or an interstate move? Find out now, and how!
Research is amazing–research is vital! But it’s more than just fact-checking. Here’s how to make the most of your research time.
It’s one thing to do a one-month NaNoWriMo. It’s another thing to write day-in, day-out, for years on end. People ask me “How do you do this every day?” You might be wondering the same thing about your own writing. Here’s the answer.