Every day is NaNoWriMo for me. I don’t stop writing because the event is over or not yet there. But as the National Novel Writing Month has started, I wanted to take you with me on my writing journey 🙂
Please welcome Tracy J. Reid, co-author on the Blind Spot Anthology, coming up this September. She is also a life coach and entrepreneur, and I’m sure she has some pretty good advice on how to balance our lives between our careers and our writing life. But let’s get started!
Please welcome John Pullen, author of The Knights of Zardonia series. John self-published his last book in the series – Demon Rift – in February 2017 and he is answering some questions about his writing and publishing process on the blog today. Let’s get started!
Editing is a vast process. I’m not only talking about grammar and spelling, but more profound changes that need to be done to improve a story to its core. It is important to keep in mind that there are different phases in an editing process.
Please welcome Brad Green, author of Catalyst. Brad self-published his debut novel in May 2017 and he is answering some questions about his writing and publishing journey on the blog. Let’s get started!
Is there really such a thing as being either a plotter or a pantser? I think you can be a little bit of both, or something else entirely.