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Your 15-Day Editing Game Plan:
Take 2 Weeks to Organize and Synthesize Your Plan of Attack
You wouldn’t move into a new house without a game plan for packing up all of your boxes, would you? No! The process would be exhausting, overwhelming, and seemingly endless. So, why would you go into editing your novel without a game plan? Revising your manuscript CAN be a peaceful, productive experience.
How to Find a Compatible Literary Agent: Resist the Urge to Accept Your First Offer without Research
A literary agent is a publishing pro who represents an author’s best interests in all business discussions. While an author often has a positive relationship with their acquiring editor, it is the literary agent who is in your corner. For this reason, it’s CRUCIAL to find an agent that “gets” you and your project.
Here are 6 tips for querying writers, both before and after you get an offer of representation.
Prewriting for a Successful First Draft: Measure Twice, Cut Once, Avoid Obvious Editing Concerns Down the Line.
I’m sure it shocks many to learn that I was never a Girl Scout, but what I lack in merit badges, I make up for in being a Lawful Good plotter.
If you’re trying to take your prewriting, outlining, and character development efforts deeper without losing the fun and discovery of the drafting process itself, download this .zip folder for a slide deck, video recording, and worksheet to help you out.
** 10 Tips to Banish Writer’s Block **
4 Tips for rocking a networking coffee
Printable editing checklists
Customizable email templates for editing requests
Customizable email templates for informational interviews
A budgeting template for freelance writers and other solopreneurs
How to write an eBook for your business
Printable character development worksheet