How many of you talk with confidence about your writing? Writers, in general, are often introverted and struggle to discuss their work. Not to mention, when we do, many of us find it hard to speak with confidence or pride.
Foreshadowing is a clever and useful technique you can add to your novel, so I thought I’d discuss it in today’s blog post.
Originally posted on Books by I.L. Cruz:
It’s one of my favorite days on Books by I.L. Cruz (the other being #FourthFridaysforFantasyFoodies)–MAIAM, Meet An…
EDIT sorry the article is not coming today, duè to more vet trip and yet another sleepless night, I’m not functioning well enough to rewrite
It’s Wednesday so I’m back with another guest post! Today’s guest is writer E.R. Smo who discusses how to plan a novel series.
Nothing sinks a submission faster than sending commercial work to a literary venue or sending literary work to a commercial venue. But how is a writer to determine if her or his voice is literary or commercial? And why does defining your voice matter? And what do we mean, precisely, by literary and commercial?