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Book Review: Outlining Your Novel by K. M. Weiland

Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success K. M. Weiland PenForASword Publishing, 2011 187 pages. Available in paperback, Kindle, and Audible formats. Category: Nonfiction, Writing Reference Over the last year or so, K. M. Weiland has become one of my favorite resources for writing advice and information, and it…

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Give Readers Engaging Fiction — The Editor’s Blog

How can writers make sure that their readers read their stories all the way through to the end? What makes a story engaging enough that your audience will keep turning those pages? Why do readers stop reading 10 pages or 10 chapters into a novel? In today’s reblog, Beth Hill…

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What Is a Beta Reader? (Updated November 2017)

“What is a beta reader?” As a writer and editor, I am a member of many writing groups, both online and off, and I hear this question with surprising frequency. For simplicity, you can head over to Wikipedia and get this definition: “[A] beta reader…is a non-professional reader who reads…

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REVIEW: Scrivener Writing Software (Updated Nov. 2017)

In the last couple of months, Scrivener writing software has become an essential tool for me both for writing and business tasks. Literature and Latte, the makers of Scrivener, describe the software as “a powerful content-generation tool for writers that allows you to concentrate on composing and structuring long and…

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Wordless Wednesday: Fiction Editing Resources

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