Author Profile: 10 Questions With Jena C. Henry (Okay It’s 13 Questions)

  From time to time we like to feature other authors here on the blog, to shed light on their author journey. Today we have friend of the blog Jena C. Henry. Pull up a chair. DAN: What do you love most about the writing process? JENA: I love the entire writing process: the dawningContinue reading “Author Profile: 10 Questions With Jena C. Henry (Okay It’s 13 Questions)”

Tips for Better Fiction Writing: Write FAST

your humble host I’m writing a book series called Tips For Better Fiction Writing, in which I tackle all the rookie mistakes new writers make. And hey, I made them, too. Which is why I’m helping you not make them. Until the next book in the series comes out, you’ll see these gems here on the blog. Today, let’sContinue reading “Tips for Better Fiction Writing: Write FAST”

Tips for Better Fiction Writing: “Start”

Speaking of start, you’d better START your story – time is running out! Don’t forget to enter our 1000 word writing contest! $300 in prizes! For more info and to sign up, click HERE I’m writing a book series called Tips For Better Fiction Writing, in which I tackle all the rookie mistakes new writersContinue reading “Tips for Better Fiction Writing: “Start””

Tips For Better Fiction Writing: The Pause.

your humble host I’m writing a book series called Tips For Better Fiction Writing, in which I tackle all the rookie mistakes new writers make. And hey, I made them, too. Which is why I’m helping you not make them. Until the next book in the series comes out, you’ll see these gems here on the blog. Clarisse paused,Continue reading “Tips For Better Fiction Writing: The Pause.”

Revising and Layering: The (Often Very Tedious) Stuff That Makes Your Story COME ALIVE

Nobody likes revising, okay? Nobody. Until you see how good it makes your story, and then – well, you still won’t like revising. Because nobody does. But if you do something enough times, it can become a habit, and that means if you torture yourself with enough revisions, you will eventually incorporate that stuff intoContinue reading “Revising and Layering: The (Often Very Tedious) Stuff That Makes Your Story COME ALIVE”

Tips For Better Fiction Writing: SUDDENLY

Don’t write the word “suddenly.” Write in such a way that it reads as happening suddenly. Don’t forget to enter our 1000 word writing contest! $300 in prizes! For more info and to sign up, click HERE   I’m not saying you can’t ever use that word. You can. But usually the word “suddenly” isContinue reading “Tips For Better Fiction Writing: SUDDENLY”