Sandee Hemphill shares five productivity tools for writers.
You’ve heard since middle school that short, punchy sentences are the epitome of good writing. I’m calling BS on that.
The proofing process was a lot different for book three.
Mr. Card is the biggest man in Columbia Valley, and he means to keep us safe.
From John Gardner’s The Art of Fiction. Write a passage describing a building, a landscape, or an object, but imagine that you’re writing from a particular point of view. Try to evoke the feelings of the narrator without mentioning them. Here are two examples.
I got a fun email from my niece today. She’s helping out a friend whose seventh-grade daughter is an aspiring novelist. The email was addressed to me (self-published author) and my sister (actually published-published author) and included a short interview. I include it here with my answers.