Voice is that ineffable quality agents and editors are looking for. They may not be able to describe it or tell you how to put it in your manuscript, but they know instantly when voice is missing or mundane and are quick to hand out rejections based on that lack.
Voice distinctly identifies you as a writer . . . → Read More: Voice
It’s November 15. If you’re participating in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, you should have 25,000 words written down by now with a plan in place for writing 25,000 more. Do you? Or do you need some motivation?
Or do you need to know what NaNoWriMo is? Chances are good if you’re reading a writing blog . . . → Read More: NaNoWriMo!
My friend, critique partner, one-time client, and debut author Jennifer Shaw Wolf is offering a critique contest on her blog Wolf Tales.
What do you get?
A critique of up to 15 pages (about 3800 words) by our very own critique group: IMO (In My Opinion). We meet at the Barnes and Noble in Issaquah (during the work . . . → Read More: Critique Contest!