Category: NaNoWriMo

The N-word: Is it ever OK to say? Plus NaNoWriMo editing update

Hola, Writer Peeps! What do you think? Can I say the N-word and other “bad” words in a historical context? Or are some words just not acceptable ever? As an example of non-acceptance, my husband Frazierhead and I went to a family’s home for…

This year, I’m all about Christmas!

Our lives have settled back into a routine and we’re ready to open up and accept the joy of the Christmas season again. This year, we’re celebrating along with the angels of God, saying, “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” (Luke 2:14)

Half Off Copyedits for NaNoWriMo Winners

As a little bonus incentive, I’m offering a limited number of NaNoWriMo 2018 winners a discount on copyediting your new novel. I’ll give you time to flesh it out and clean it up first so the discount will be applied in 2019.  

Self-editing Your Novel, Part 4: Characters

If you dutifully listed every character in your scene descriptions, you can easily skim your descriptions to find every appearance of any character. If you didn’t add every character to your scene descriptions, you can…

Self-editing Your Novel, Part 2: Plot Structure

Whether you outline from the start or write by the seat of your pants, when your novel is finished, it should be outlineable.

Self-editing Your Novel, Part 1: Let it cook.

You know how when someone says something rude to you at work, and all you can think of to say is, “I know you are, but what am I?” Then, after you get home and get into the shower, your brain finally decides to provide you with the absolute best comeback ever–what you should have said–five hours too late. Your brain will do its job, but it won’t be rushed.

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