The mirror moment in a story is when the main character experiences a moment of clarity that pushes them to change direction. It is the turning point.
Scenes are the building blocks of novel writing. If you master writing scenes, your stories will be unputdownable. Riveting. Engaging. If you are an experienced author, you know these things, but every fiction author must learn how to write a good scene. How to Write a Scene To start off, I will answer a newbie…
Use content pillars to generate content for your blog, social media posts, and newsletters. Stop struggling with what to write about in your blog and your author newsletter and your social posts!
Before you send your manuscript to beta readers or to an editor, here are seven more ways to immediately see an improvement in your manuscript.
Before you send your manuscript to an agent, editor, or your beta readers, use these steps to immediately improve your manuscript.
Avoid excessive capitalization of pronouns for God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and divine places. And learn about some other rules.
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You’ve tried Instagram, but nobody sees your posts. You don’t get likes. You don’t gain followers. So what’s the point?
Instagram takes work, but your efforts are going to waste because you’ve missed a few, crucial details.