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Whether you’re already published or just starting down the winding road of writing, I hope you’ll find something useful at this site. Specializing in novels and memoirs, I work with writers of children’s literature, adult literary and genre fiction, and … Continue reading

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Revision Workshop with Tallahassee Authors Network

Thanks to the wonderful writers at Tallahassee Authors Network (TAN) for inviting me to present a workshop on writing and revision. The focus of the workshop was the importance of revision and how to revise more effectively, with attendees learning … Continue reading

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Free Revision Workshop this Saturday

I will be giving a free revision workshop this Saturday at the monthly meeting of the Tallahassee Authors Network (TAN). TAN is open to published authors and unpublished writers alike. To learn more about TAN while honing your revision skills, … Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom from editor Kate Sullivan

While decluttering my laptop today, I found an unpublished blog post from last fall that was too valuable not to share, so here it is: ****** Last fall, I attended a talk with brilliant editor Kate Sullivan (Little Brown) at … Continue reading

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#1 Break free from past drafts with a plot outline

Writers often use plot outlines when planning a story, but this week I discovered how they can help in revising an existing manuscript. My YA novel is currently in its third draft. With each version, I had gone through the … Continue reading

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