About a month ago, I wrote a masterpost of all my writing-related blog posts, and then decided to put together a list of links from others that…… Read more “Writing Advice Masterpost Part 2: Revising, Editing and Querying”
A couple weeks ago I promised a list of all the writing resources I’ve come across that have helped me become a better writer. I hope these links can help you as much as they’ve helped me.
As you can probably guess from the title (or if you follow me on Twitter), I just launched a novel with Tapas Media! I created a story…… Read more “Announcement: I launched a story with Tapas!”
I’ve written a lot of posts about writing over the last two (almost three?) years. Some of them are silly and some of them are just plain…… Read more “My Writing Resources Masterpost (First Drafts, Revision, Querying and more)”
Writing is hard. Unfortunately, querying can be even harder. I’ve been through the query trenches time and time again, and written about it a lot, too. Through…… Read more “How To Get A Submission: Query Letter Edition”
The struggle to properly edit one’s novel gets harder and harder as the months drag on. But I think I’ve found a solution: reading my novel out loud.
And here’s six reasons why you should read your novel out loud, too.
One of the most controversial things I’ve heard about in writing circles is what people use to keep themselves motivated. On one side, you have the purists…… Read more “Writing Motivation: What’s Your Method?”
So we’ve done all the messy stuff, all the major structural surgery. Now, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty—polishing off that revision. Treat it like…… Read more “The Final Polish: Alex’s Guide to Revision Part 4”
So we’ve covered all that annoying pre-revision stuff and how to revise your characters. Now, it’s time to move on to what you’ve been waiting for—starting that…… Read more “Take Apart Those Sentences: Alex’s Guide to Revision Part 3”