Category: Tips

Synopsis Writing

Synopsis writing is different than writing a book.  I’ve heard many say it’s the hardest thing they’ve ever had to write.  I always write mine from a working outline that I make sometime during the novel process.  It makes it much easier for me.  But, I certainly appreciate any advice I can get on the subject. I found a great posting for writing a … Read More Synopsis Writing


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Of Titles and Genres

Right now, I’m editing a middle-grade novel.  The title I had, though it fit when I began writing, doesn’t fit now.  So I’m looking for another.  Here’s the blurb on it: Pala and her team of rangers escort a science mission to what they’ve been told is an uninhabited planet. Governmental insurgents release a biological agent and the rangers must stop them before the … Read More Of Titles and Genres

Pre-publication Blog

A fellow writer’s blog posting caught my eye this morning and I want to share it with you:  The Year-Long Book Launch.  Anyone in the business knows it takes at least a year to give a great launch for your book.  This blog post talks about the pre-publication journey of a writer, Miranda Beverly-Whittemore, her insecurities, struggles and triumphs.  The article points us to … Read More Pre-publication Blog

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