This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure statement. We writers have a lot of demands on our time: marketing, social media, and blogging. Frankly, most of us want to just write. We often feel like we’re running out of steam before we even start working on the current project. Read More ….
Four years ago I began teaching “Introduction to e-Publishing” and “Creating and Formatting e-Books” through the Christian Proofreaders and Editors Network. The next year I taught them at online conferences and later in-person conferences. This year, in addition to the classes, I will be offering a book based on the Read More ….
This post contains affiliate links. Where there is no guidance the people fall, But in abundance of counselors there is victory. Proverbs 11:14 – NASB I’m going to take a little liberty with this verse, which is usually is used to refer to a country, another Read More ….
This post contains affiliate links. I enjoy poetry. I wanted my children to enjoy poetry. Sadly, I never really learned to write lovely verses and, consequently, I don’t think I did an adequate job of teaching my children. When the opportunity came to take a look at Grammar of Poetry from Read More ….
This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure statement. I’ve been writing various blogs for nearly ten years, and have used WordPress for most of them. Why? It fit well with the writer me. I could tweak copy and images without having to tinker with code. This past year, Read More ….
On her blog, The Writer’s Guide to Epublishing, D. D. Scott offers this advice in her Beginner’s To-do List: “Decide for yourself, based on your own skill levels, whether or not you’ll be doing your Format and Cover Design.” (sic) (emphasis added) I absolutely agree that each writer must make Read More ….
I’m not a fiction writer. I do know that I can hone my skills as a non- fiction writer by learning fiction techniques. Also, I have been to author Terry Burns workshop, “Writing to Reach Nonbelievers.” I knew there was at least one nugget for me to learn. I wasn’t Read More ….