If you've been in the writing game for more than a week you've probably heard the following advice: Have your manuscript professionally edited. It's good advice. The Ailment(s) Writers who edit their own work face the pitfall of brain/eye dysplasia. It works like this: Your brain knows what it meant to write. Your fingers did … Continue reading Three Types of Professional Editing and Why You Need Them
Hello folks. It's been awhile, I know, but I hope you remember me. I'm the teacher/writer-who-wanted-to-write-full-time. And now, for better or worse, here I am with writing as my DAY JOB!!! WOOT!!! Ahem... About six months ago, I let y'all in on my plan to change The Brass Rag into a writer's blog. Since then, … Continue reading Beginning again
Well folks, it's that time again. New Year's Eve and time to look both ways. I've done a lot of that in the past few days, and for more of my thoughts on that, check here. Which brings me to what I want to talk to you about. The Brass Rag has been a blog … Continue reading New Year, New Purpose
"How will the world react when instead of extraterrestrials, it's humans who return to Earth?"
Early next month I'll be headed south to the Gulfport Art Walk to meet up with fellow author and all around awesome person, Bria Burton. As a quick taste of that experience, today we are blessed to have an interview with Bria, an award winning short-story artist and novelist. So pour yourself a cup of … Continue reading Tea With Bria Burton