As I’m progressing toward publication, I’m working through revisions requested by editors. I thought I’d share a few tips and pointers. If you can take care of these before you submit, your work might be better received by editors and agents. Read it aloud If you can manage to do it, read your work aloud or… Continue reading The Beginning of Self-Editing ~ Mia Kay
Once upon a time, I joined this snazzy little group of writers who have a website called READerlicious.com. We were more than critique partners. We became fast friends. Yes, all of us. One day last year, we discussed flying cross-country to meet up and take a week long class together. The master writing class (AKA Margie Lawson’s Immersion… Continue reading Getting Out of the Cave ~ Brinda Berry
Look for these books by our members in July and August. Title: AND THEN HE KISSED HER Release Date: July 9, 2015 Genre: Contemporary Romance; Sweet Romance DSRA Author: Brinda Berry ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID by Melinda Curtis, USA Today Bestselling and Award Winning Author: Nicole Edwards has walked down the aisle as a bridesmaid thirteen… Continue reading DSRA Releases
I held a cover reveal for my first book last week. As is maybe the nature of most things in life, I didn’t know anything about book covers, much less cover reveals until I needed one. But I did need one, and here’s why. I’ve worked hard at learning the craft of novel writing, and… Continue reading Pimpin’ (a book) Ain’t Easy by Jen Crane.
Eh-em… Why hello there all you lovelies! *waves* I’ve just joined the official line-up of bloggers for the DSRA website, and this is my first attempt to entertain you. Please set you standards on low for this one, since it’s merely going to be a bit of an introduction. I moved to Little Rock, AR… Continue reading Well, hello there! ~ D.T. Dyllin
By Voirey Linger I have a confession, one I’d rather not have to make. I haven’t made my daily word goal since March. Not once. Not only have I not made goal, I can’t seem to stick to one project. I’ll get halfway through a scene and feel suck a lack of direction, I open… Continue reading Writer ADD
Revising is part of the writing process. New writers may not get this. It’s easy to think writing the end of a first draft is the hardest part. And it is a GREAT milestone–don’t get me wrong. But for me, revising is actually more difficult than the first draft. Today, I’m sharing a few of… Continue reading Write It Again, Sam ~ Brinda Berry