It’s roundup time again! My writer’s blog went live on January 15, 2016. In March 2017, I posted my first Texas-style Top 10 Roundup of most viewed posts on writing. Because I’ve written a plethora of other posts since then, I decided to do a second roundup just in case you missed some of my most popular posts.
Texas-style Roundup2.0in the order of most viewed posts:
If you’re like me, pursuing traditional publishing of your novel, then you know the process is challenging — almost as difficult as a camel going through the eye of a needle. After finishing your novel and having it edited to … Continue reading →
My writer’s blog went live on January 15, 2016. At the time I had two maybe three ideas for blog posts. I was petrified that I wouldn’t be able to come up with interesting content to keep my blog going … Continue reading →
For fiction writers, writing is never just about writing. It’s so much more! For us, writing is about telling a story in a way that captivates a reader and transports him/her to another place or time. It’s about changing the … Continue reading →
Do you ever wonder why some writers rise to popularity and fame, become well-published, well-paid, award-winning authors while so many other writers languish in virtual obscurity? Is it skill? Luck? Smarts? What is it? This is what I believe… I … Continue reading →
Dealing with rejection when pursuing traditional publishing is one of the biggest challenges a new writer can face. I know this to be true because I’ve experienced my fair share of rejection as I’ve traversed this daunting path. So how … Continue reading →
This is probably one of the best kept secrets in the world of writing fiction. Mentors matter in a writer’s life just as much as they do in the business world. And I’ll tell you why. During my 33 years … Continue reading →