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
Hi, SEers. You're with Mae today with a subject that's been discussed before. Even so, I hope this post brings something new to the table, as the subject is one I feel strongly about. Critique partners are different than beta readers, and both have value. Some writers use both, but most use one or the … Continue reading Finding a Critique Partner
Hello SErs. Harmony here. At the moment, I'm writing a trilogy, and I have a question about how you like for each book in a series to end. Cliffhanger or all tied off and settled? Or something in between? By cliffhanger, I don't mean that the main story arc and thread of the first book … Continue reading How do you like each book in a series to end?
Hello SErs. Harmony here for another Friday Writing Question. After years of reading books and enjoying so many different authors, I then began writing and publishing for myself. At some point, I re-read some of my old favourite books. And therein lies today's question ... Can you ignore technical issues in a novel if the … Continue reading Friday Writing Question
Ciao, amici! When my turn rolls around to post at Story Empire, I almost always tell you how I do something or how the industry does it: dialogue, media kits, story bibles, basic plots... I usually revert back to professor-mode and "instruct" you on the terminology and my and/or the writing community's methodologies. Today, I'm going … Continue reading A Different Take on Manuscript Analysis