I apologize for the lack of posts this week, Squiders. My website (which, you might remember, went down at the beginning of October) has become quite the job between browbeating my host to fix it (like they promised in October),
Hey, gang–if you’ve tried to use the site lately, you’ve probably noticed it’s been fubared. The good news is that I’ve finally regained access to it and am going to move hosts shortly, so hopefully something like this never happens
To continue along in the writing process, Squiders, today will talk about revising and editing. Now, you should always revise before you edit. Why? Well, first, let’s discuss what the difference is. Revising has to do with content. When you
I think I picked this one up because it sounded like it might be magical realism, though I’m not sure where I got that impression. It’s not; it instead falls into that category of family/personal drama. As kind of an
Sometimes, Squiders, it’s good to go back to the basics. I would divide the writing process into the following steps: Outlining Writing Revising Editing Submission and/or Publication Would you agree with that? The first step of that is (arguably) outlining.
Good news, Squiders! We got our novel off to the editor, so if all goes well, it should be out in the world around the beginning of the summer. Woo! Onwards. One of my goals for the year is to
If you’ve been with me for awhile, Squiders, you know I keep a list of every book I read in a year, along with genre, publication year, and a rating out of 5. Then, at the end of the year,
Well, Squiders, that novel I’ve been working on isn’t exactly done and off to the editor like I hoped, but it’s very close, and I’m kind of basking in the accomplishment of completion even though we’re not quite there yet.