Hi gang! Craig here with you today. Every once in a while I like to pick something apart for the sake of a writing study. I always use film because more people are likely to have seen what I’m discussing. I’ve never done this with a television series before, so we’ll see how it goes … Continue reading Case Study: The Mandalorian
Every now and then as I’m reading, I see a word that pops out at me as being misused, and by that, I mean the writer didn’t understand the correct definition of the word. Let me say right up front, I’m not an English teacher, nor a grammarian, but sometimes, it’s pretty obvious that what … Continue reading #WhyWriteWrong?
Hello SErs. Harmony here. As promised, here is part nine in the post series dedicated to taking a step-by-step look at how to get your finished manuscript from your computer and on sale on Amazon in both ebook and paperback. If you'd like to take a look back at the previous posts in this series, … Continue reading How to Publish with KDP: Part Nine
Hi, SEers! It's another Mae Day in May 🙂 Back in the late 1970s, Miller introduced their lite beer with a series of commercials dividing fans into two camps. One side championed “tastes great.” The other side loved it because it was “less filling.” The ads featured a roster of athletes and celebrities, done with … Continue reading Room for Both: ebooks and Print Books
Good morning, everyone, PH with you here today, wishing you a wonderful day. I don't know how many times something serendipitous happens with you and then you gain a better perspective or find a better way to do something but it happens to me often. Recently, I came across an inconsequential blog post and, as … Continue reading Why Authors Should Read Reviews