We’ve got to have a little humor in our lives. You had better take seriously that which should be taken
Margaret Atwood’s Ten Editing Tips, for your Fiction Manuscript, has caught my eye. Especially tip #6: 6. Readers are readers.
The American Library Association released its report on the “State of America’s Libraries” last week. The report includes a list
Sorry all… it was a rough week here (I was sick for half of it), so I’m a day behind
I’m thrilled to share with you the cover of the latest middle grade fiction novel by Shelley Sly. If you
Language, be it remember’d, is not an abstract construction of the learn’d, or of dictionary-makers, but is something arising out
Dear Dr. Seuss (or Theodor Seuss Geisel), You have always been a part of my life. I read your books
Rule 17: Omit needless words — Strunk & White “The Elements of Style” I see editing as a collaborative process.
Originally posted on Great (book) expectations:
Inject a dose of the weird and wonderful into your stories with fold-ins and cut-ups It…
Elysian Fields Press LLC, of Metairie, Louisiana, is seeking submissions of prose, poetry, and artwork for its forthcoming anthology, Katrina
Enter Our World of Faery Tale Therapy… The Doctor will See You Now The latest anthology I edited, coming this
Hey Everybody… Check out my friend Kendall Grey’s latest, Hot Blooded. It’s free for three days this week! – November
Originally posted on Pete Morin:
It looks like this Thanksgiving-Christmas holiday season is going to be Full Irish. This political suspense…
snoopy comic copyright charles schultz and peanuts. Happy Fall! Wow, where did the summer go? I spent part of it