Geeky Christmas Decorations

Yeah yeah, I know, the holidays are WELL over (although, dead serious, I saw some houses in Nova Scotia with lights still on just two nights ago), but I wanted to share this video anyway. I promise that I’m almost caught up, so I’ll start sharing these videos AS they’re being posted for a change! 😄

Authors Answer 115 – Common Mistakes by New Authors

We all make mistakes – oh BOY, do we all make mistakes – but today on Authors Answer we’re talking specifically about the mistakes aspiring authors make. Take a look! You might learn something!

I Read Encyclopedias for Fun

Everyone goes through that awkward toddler stage of writing. There are mistakes. Lots of them. And frankly, the writing sounds weird, clunky, and just plain awful. The mistakes are extremely common, though. It’s not that difficult to avoid them.

320px-Modern-ftn-pen-cursiveQuestion 115: What are some common mistakes for aspiring authors?

Eric Wood

Since I consider myself to be an aspiring author as I’ve only been published via my blog posts, I would love to know some mistakes to avoid. Based on what I’ve learned from the writing I’ve done thus though, I would say one common mistake that is made is telling instead of showing. It’s quick and easy to tell me what happened. However, it’s much more meaningful if you show what happened. Give the reader details. Another mistake is editing. I know it’s one I struggle with time to time. I don’t do it enough. It’s annoying to read…

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Authors Answer 114 – 2017 Writing Plans

I already discussed my writing plans for 2017 in two other posts, but today, on Authors Answer, the whole crew is telling you what they’re going to be working on in the next year, so check it out!

I Read Encyclopedias for Fun

It seems to be tradition to talk about our plans for the upcoming year after the New Year. Why stop? This week, we’re talking about what we plan to do in terms of writing this year. Are we going to publish? Write? Find out!

320px-Modern-ftn-pen-cursiveQuestion 114: It’s 2017. What are your goals for the year in terms of writing?

Cyrus Keith

This year I want to do three things:

1.) Finish my current WIP

2.) Find a home for my currently-finished WIP. Tempus Fugitive has been with some larger publishing houses, and requires a polite follow-up, because some things happened that interrupted the standard flow of business.

3.) Get a start on my next one. I have another installment on the docket for my published series, that I need to hit ASAP.

H. Anthe Davis

My goals for 2017 are to publish at least one book.  I have Book 4…

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