Every writer wants to perfect their manuscript before getting it published. However, there are 3 mistakes writers can make when getting their book edited which can cost time and money to fix:Continue reading “3 Mistakes to Avoid When Getting Your Manuscript Edited.”
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on my website… However, I’m alive, well, and still writing and editing. I’ll be sharing more tips on writing soon. I do post more frequently on my social media accounts – Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, so please feel free to follow me on them.Continue reading “Alive, Well and Still Writing”
Said and replied are common words used when writing dialogue in a story. They’re important to have, but you don’t need to use them every single time a character speaks. If there are two characters having a conversation, you may go without “said” or “replied”, and I have included examples further on.Continue reading “Other Words For Said and Replied”
Are you about to start writing or well into writing your manuscript? Consider the following points if you haven’t already:Continue reading “3 Points to Improve the Chance of Getting a Manuscript Published.”
Long-winded phrases should be avoided when you’re writing a story.Continue reading “Reducing Long-Winded Phrases”
You should all know what a cliché is — it’s an overused expression or idea.
So avoid using clichés when you’re writing a story, unless you use it for a reason that wont deter someone’s interest or destroy the originality of your work.Continue reading “Clichés”