Monthly Archives: January 2016

Writing Dialogue, Part One: How People Talk

How do people talk? People don’t talk like each other, and they definitely don’t talk the way many authors write them. As a writer, you’ve likely had it hardwired into your brain that you need to use proper grammar and … Continue reading

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5 Ways Networking Worked for Me in 2015

2015: A Year of Networking I’ll always remember 2015 as the year my editing business took off. I had already been freelancing for a few years, but it was on top of other jobs, and I didn’t have a plan. … Continue reading

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Your Holiday, Your Story: 8 Writing Prompts

Last week, I talked about why it’s worth it to write about your holiday season while it is still fresh in your mind—it teaches you things about yourself, and it gives you great content for both personal and fiction writing. … Continue reading

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