Posts tagged writer life
Editing + Revising: The SRAR Method

I didn’t go to college and study English or writing. I’m self taught on a lot of these novel related things. Which is the way I like to learn. Anyway, this was talked about at the Writer’s Digest Novel Writing conference that I went to in 2017 by Larry Brooks. (Thanks, Larry!)

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A Guide to Being a Pantser Vs a Planner

Hey Writer Friends! I’m sure you’ve heard or seen the terms “Pantser” and “Planner” around the writing community. I wanted to share with you my experience being both and then how I figured out what kind of writer I actually am!

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Do You Need to Take a Break From Writing?

So, I went through and changed all 300 pages. It was awesome. I think it was the right call to make for the story. My plan was to then go through and do some line editing, make sure I caught everything and I started to do that. BUT… then I got tired. Tired? Isn’t everyone tired? I know, I know.

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Being a Bonus Mom

I consider myself lucky to have a step mom. She came into my life when I was eleven or twelve and I didnt feel grateful for her at first. But I grew to see that she loved me like I was her own, worked hard to help me achieve what I needed to and was always there for me. She wasn't ever trying to replace my mom but she was an extra mom. A bonus mom.   

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