Tag Archives: goals

Things to Ask Yourself – Characterization

CHARACTERIZATION!! This is probably the thing I spend the most time on when writing. I know why each of my characters made each decision. Why they use the words they do. The way they see the world, and WHY they see the world a certain way. (Then I hope I’ve transferred that to the page). […]
Read More »

Best Advice This Year

I don’t think it’s any big secret that I love my agent. She is a woman who has put a ton of herself into the publishing industry. She knows the people, she’s been around long enough to know that fads come and go, but that a few things remain the same. Sometime in January of this year […]
Read More »

I Tend to be a REALIST

I tend to be a realist when it comes to the publishing world, and I echo that on my blog (yanno, on the rare occasions when I bother to blog). But I’ve shared the realities of – Timelines. Publication process expectations. Money. Sales. But some things have become easier for me now that a few […]
Read More »