How To Edit a Novel, Part III: Pump It Up

How To Edit a Novel, Part III: Pump It Up

Hey, welcome back to my 7-part series on rewriting and editing your book! Every writer and every story is different, so this isn’t a comprehensive checklist. Hopefully, though, my way of breaking the revision process down will give you some inspiration. Today I’m going to … Continue Reading →
What Does a Copy Editor Do? And Do I Need An Editor?

What Does a Copy Editor Do? And Do I Need An Editor?

  Note: Some people spell “copy editing” and “copy editor” as two words, which is more correct, and some people make them one word, which some dictionaries say is acceptable. I’ve used both spellings in this post so that people searching for information can find it.     In writing forums, … Continue Reading →
22 Writing Prompts Inspired By Tarot Cards

22 Writing Prompts Inspired By Tarot Cards

I’ve written a little before about Tarot cards because I’m really drawn to their symbolism. I’m not the only one — their divinatory meanings and timeless archetypes have long been a source of inspiration for writers, artists, and other creative minds. Some people feel that Tarot … Continue Reading →