Editing and formatting the Safety at Sea manual reminded me that a good looking page makes the information on it easier to understand.
A fable on the streets of present-day London, and every character has lost something they value.
Names matter, but they also have to be instantly recognizable on the page.
Planning out projects, even when they’re just hobbies, can help keep them from keeping you awake at night.
Chosen wisely, visual details can show readers our character’s personalities—and maybe even predict the role they’ll play in the story.
I’ll never write the perfect book, but without a firm deadline I’ll keep trying.
Investing in myself is a way of showing the world I take my work seriously.
Seeing the horizon frees my mind to make leaps and connections that would seem much too far-fetched anywhere else.
Liz Moore draws us into the world of a very different childhood.
Working for a wide variety of clients, I’ve been rewarded for self-education on a wide variety of topics—which is, of course, the fun part.