Making your scenes rock – seven tips by Mary Carroll Moore

Making Your Scenes Rock–Seven Tips for Stronger ScenesOne of my favorite writing-craft guides, often recommended to writers who want to hone their scenes in fiction and memoir, is The Scene Book by Sandra Scofield.Not all writers know how to write scenes, truthfully. Neither did I, for many years. My scenes began as “islands,” or unorganized…… Continue reading Making your scenes rock – seven tips by Mary Carroll Moore

Am I Crazy or What?

I am ruthlessly editing? In truth, I am reducing the word count in books one and two to lower their retail prices, and in doing so have created a book in between the two. When pasting each chapter through GRAMMARLY I discovered with shock and horror, the comma catastrophes and hanging what do they call…… Continue reading Am I Crazy or What?

Yahoo! Almost there…

Self publishing a book is like training for a marathon. The brain goes into overload as the steps ahead are accessed and implemented. The book is written, and editing completed. The dramatic, colourful cover is awaiting the publishing stage. Now it’s up to me to begin the marathon task of submitting them using the format…… Continue reading Yahoo! Almost there…