Two books read back to back remind me of the importance of formatting—and telling a good story.
Even editors like me need to hire another editor for a glimpse of what could be on the page. Here’s why.
Stepping onto an Irish bluff, I found the point I’d created off the coast of Rhode Island.
A reader’s response to the same book will vary widely, and that’s a good thing.
The more I write, the more convinced I am that revision is where the real magic happens.
9 reading recommendations for 2018, mostly fiction
Fiction with a large dose of salt tastes best to me.
Manuscript Makeover by Elizabeth Lyons fell into my lap at just the right time.
Characters often come and go as I get distracted by other things. How then do they maintain such consistency in their smallest quirks?
Half-awake is when I have my best ideas.