I had a question yesterday from a writing colleague, whom I met at last year’s annual conference for ASJA (American Society for Journalists and Authors — if you’re not a… read more →
Have you ever created a “mind map” or other graphical interpretation of your plotline, or any other elements of your story? It can help you sort things out and get your figurative hands around its entirety. I also share a link to a great blog post on this topic!
What do you think about when you want to update an existing book, and how do you decide when it’s the right time to do an updated edition?
Are you working on a novel? What’s it about? Struggling with anything? Share here, or over on our discussion forum. We’d love to talk with you about it.
This morning I received a post from an old friend and colleague who lives in a rural area and is just starting out as a freelancer. She’s building her website… read more →
This is another legacy blog post from April, 2009: As promised, here are some tips on starting out with historical research: Local Media Sources – It seems a no-brainer that… read more →
This post originally appeared on my legacy blog on April 11, 2009: Revisiting Amanda G.’s discussion forum post, she asked: How do I get maps of old towns that no… read more →