M. J. on Writing- Helpful Advice for Authors

Since blogging, I’ve made it a point to share information that I’ve learned over the past four years. Below are links to some of the most helpful articles. Since some of them are a few years old, I decided to dig them out of the archive for easy access. I hope you are able to find something here to guide you along your journey to become an author!

Finding Inspiration

Finding Inspiration…Again!

The Importance of Writing Outlines…I’m Glad I Did! (Part 1)

The Importance of Writing Outlines…I’m Glad I Did! (Part 2)

The Joys (And Woes) of Editing

Finding Creative Ways to Edit While Running My Household

Digital Audio Recording Device + Editing = ??????

Finding the Correct Genre For Your Prose

The Dynamic’s of Writing (and Editing) a Love Scene

Finding a New Writing Routine

Writing Emotional Scenes- What Is Too Much or Too Little?

The Value of Critique Partners and Beta Readers

Does Your Story Have a Soundtrack?

It DOES Take a Year To Write Your Prose!!!!

Building Real Characters: How To Bring the From the Page and Into Your Heart

To Hire  and Editor or Not to Hire an Editor…That is the Question!

Protagonist and Antagonist Are People Too!

Crash and Burn…Are Your Manuscript Files Backed Up?

Recycle Those Old Manuscripts, Don’t Trash Them!

Character Descriptions- Creating a Picture with Words

Sherry, Seline, or Shaniqua…What is in a Name?

All Telling and No Showing Do NOT Make a Good Tale!

How Important is Your Book Cover?

1st Person, 3rd Person, Omnipotent…Which One Are You? (Part 1)

1st Person, 3rd Person, Omnipotent…Which One Are You? (Part 2)

Life on This Side of Publication: Part 1- Playing the Query Game

Life on This Side of Publication: Part 2- To Publication and Beyond!

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