you will have the best possible book to launch on the reading public Continue reading Your Editor is Your Friend
Hemingway said we are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master. Continue reading Make Them Happy, Make Them Sad, Make Them Stay.
I like knowing I can use my knowledge and years of experience to entertain my readers. Continue reading A Date With . . . Melanie P. Smith
Here‘s a brilliant idea for anyone who wants to get more eyes on their blog. Comes with a health warning, though, only works if your blog is interesting. Continue reading Getting Noticed
More of my books have sold since I have been active in FaceBook’s promotional groups, geared to drawing writers and authors together. Continue reading A Date With . . . Chris-Jean Clarke
During the summer I get out my artist’s tent in the backyard. I love working closer to nature, and the wind whispers her ideas to me through the trees, when she’s feeling opinionated. Continue reading A Date With . . . Natalie Meraki
As authors outside of the ‘mainstream’, we all face the difficulty of getting knowledge of the very existence of our work out to the people we are doing it for – readers. Fellow author Stevie Turner has captured the dilemma precisely in her blog: via Engaging With Readers Continue reading The Discovery Dilemma
That’s what makes a great writer, according to Rebecca Bryn and she should know, being one of the greatest. Her work deserves much wider recognition. “For Their Country’s Good” would make a TV series to rival “Poldark” and “The Dandelion Clock”, which I had the privilege of reading pre-publication, has echoes of Michael Morpurgo’s “War Horse”. Writing that comes from the heart, with deep emotional overtones and well developed characters, will always captivate me as a reader. Ms. Bryn does that brilliantly. via It’s not what you know, it’s who you know! Continue reading It’s not what you know, it’s who you know!
At what? Offering to critique a 1000 words (max) submission from you for just $10. And there’s more! If he really likes your submission you’ll be in line to win $300. Read more about it below via Announcing The Word Weaver 1000 Word SPRINT Writing Contest Continue reading Dan is at it again!
How good is your writing? Find out by entering this contest. Every entry gets a free critique. That alone is worth the entry fee. Most other contests require an additional fee for a critique – that is if they even offer one. https://danalatorre.com/2018/03/09/10-reasons-why-you-should-enter-dan-alatorres-march-2018-word-weaver-writing-contest/ Continue reading Want a Free Critique?