by James L. Rubart, @jameslrubart
An Idea For The Pantser In Your Life This Christmas
As you might know, I voice the audio versions of my novels. In 2017, I expanded and started voicing other people’s books. One of them was Randy Ingermanson’s, How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method.
It was a blast doing it, because Randy created a story within the teaching,
Continue reading “An Idea For The Pantser In Your Life This Christmas”
by Linda J. White, @rytn4hm
Fifteen years ago this month, a series of shootings plunged the Greater Washington D.C. area into a season of fear. The attacks began in the Aspen Hill, Md. area where I grew up and where my parents still lived. Five people, all going about their normal daily activities, were shot dead in two days. Then, the terror traveled to my part of Virginia,
Continue reading “Your Story: Real Life, Real Truth”
by Tamera Alexander, @tameraalexander
I’m currently heavy into writing the first full-length Carnton novel (title yet TBD). Each day when I begin writing, I reread what I’ve written the day before. It’s part of my routine. It helps me to get back into the flow of things, plus I have a pretty wicked editor inside me that I have a tough time shutting down.
Continue reading ““Editing” Life”
Social media can be a time suck if we’re not careful.
spend hours and hours without seeing results that justify the effort—unless we
pay attention. It’s time to work smarter, not harder.
Today, I think I can give
you some ideas of how to multiply the benefits without cutting in to valuable
Continue reading “Streamline Your Social Media Life With These 9 Tips”