PitchWars is an annual writing contest where writers all over the world compete for the chance to be mentored by traditionally published authors. If you have a completed novel, you can enter. While mentors comb through entries, everyone involved in the contest spends about a month on Twitter making friends, talking about writing, and sharing … Continue reading PitchWars: Should You Enter?
They say your cover is the most important part of your book. I don't know who "they" are, or if that's necessarily true, but your cover is important. It needs to convey your genre, it needs to be eye-catching. The font for your title and author name needs to look professional, yet suited to your … Continue reading The Evolution of Don’t Run Away’s Cover
"Was" is a nasty, dirty, filthy word, am I right? "Was" means, oh my God, you are writing in the passive voice, and all passive voice must be eradicated from your Work in Progress, or you are going to fall into the fiery depths of writing hell when you die. Indies are told it's bad, … Continue reading Let’s Talk about WAS