Mandy Harbin · writing advice

And You Thought You’d Never Need Algebra

I still remember my seventh grade algebra teacher. She was a little old lady with glasses (in reality, she was probably only around thirty-five) and always covered in chalk dust—which pretty much dates me to being as old as my algebra teacher probably really was. But I remember hearing kids complain, “But Ms. Little Old… Continue reading And You Thought You’d Never Need Algebra

DSRA Meeting · writing advice

A Writer’s Gathering with Sandra Jones

Remember the movie Cocoon? How the old people swam in the pool with the cocoon and suddenly felt rejuvenated just from being near the thing? That’s how I feel today. I just got back from the DSRA Writers’ Retreat, and I’ve not stopped talking about it. I’m buzzed, refreshed, recharged, and positive. Spending time with… Continue reading A Writer’s Gathering with Sandra Jones

Brinda Berry · tools · writing advice

Learning About Novel Revision From James Scott Bell

I’m a fan of using YouTube to learn about important things in life like fixing your toilet, cleaning your airconditioning filter, and…revising your novel.

I’m a huge fan of James Scott Bell. Enjoy and learn from the following video on novel revision.

 


 

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