Someone’s read your work in progress… and they have feedback. How do you know what should be worked in, and how can you do it so that changes feel consistent with what you’ve written? How can you deal with conflicting suggestions? What’s the difference between constructive feedback and a reader’s personal preference?
Notes from Balticon55.
I am a huge fan of serendipity. That moment when you realize something about your world or your character or … More
If you ask one-hundred writers the proper use of commas, you’ll likely get one-hundred-and one (or more) answers. The grammar rules might not have changed much, but the editorial preferences sure have.
Now, this post may get a bit more grammatically technical than usual, but I hope you’ll hang in for the ride.
Welcome to Part 9 of my Virtual Balticon panel writeup. The painful panel description was as follows: Panelists will discuss they’re … More
Welcome to Part 7 of my Virtual Balticon panel writeup. It’s hard to cut out scenes or characters that you love, … More