Posted in September 2011

A Good Way to Edit

Editing can be one of the most frustrating parts of the writing process for authors.  Often times, it’s easy to skim over your own work, knowing that it needs help, or maybe just that it needs something, but you’re not sure what or where to start.  Adding structure or a plan to the editing process can … Continue reading

Interview With Author Kim Jewell

I recently sat down to talk with Kim Jewell, YA author of Invisible Justice, Brute Justice, and Misery’s  Fire.  I asked her some questions and this is what she had to say: Is Kim Jewell your real name or a pseudonym?  Kim Jewell is my real name – I don’t use a pen name.  I … Continue reading

To Outline or Not…

Whether you outline or are a pantser (write-by-the-seat-of-your-pants), is often a long sought after question for authors. I want to discuss this, and particularly an issue I am having with outlining. First though, I want to direct you to a really cool interview I did a few days ago for author Kim Jewell’s website. You … Continue reading