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
Hey, SE Readers. Joan with you on this Friday in May. Can you believe it's the middle of the month already? My last few posts have been more on the "how to" level. Today I thought I would write something a little lighthearted, although the subject has become controversial among many writers. I’ll be the … Continue reading To Oxford or Not to Oxford?
Ciao, SEers. Last time, we discussed Dwight Swain’s concepts of scenes and sequels. (If you missed that post, you can find it here.) Remember, a chapter’s scenes can be one of two things, a scene or a sequel. Today, we’re going to go deeper into the concept of scenes. What are scenes? Scenes are the … Continue reading The Building Blocks of Story: Scenes