In Brief: Mooshing 2 Genres/Writers Into One Book

I’ve read a few posts on this already, but I’m going to throw my few cents into the conversation. Okay. No cents. Just words. I’m lame. We have this idea that if we write a book that crosses genres rather dramatically, we will widen our audience to epic proportions. So, if we write a bookContinue reading “In Brief: Mooshing 2 Genres/Writers Into One Book”

In Brief: BE CREATIVE

Oh, man… I just had a weird cheerleading flashback, BE CRE-AY-TIVE. B. E. CRE-AY-TIVE! I’m so sorry for dragging you down that mini rabbit-hole with me. Ahem. *re-starts post*attempts to be somewhat professional*snorts*continues writing post anyway* I’ve been reading a TON of pre-published manuscripts lately, and it’s been amazing and interesting, but here’s what isContinue reading “In Brief: BE CREATIVE”

LEARN. PROPEL.

I use these two words a LOT – especially when I’m revising. After working through agent notes on one MS, and my first beta reader notes on another, I find myself going back to the basics. When a writer shifts something near the beginning of their MS, especially when it has to do with theContinue reading “LEARN. PROPEL.”