Check out this great article by Belinda Pollard, readers! Simple Website Setup for Authors and Editors in 6 Steps BY BELINDA POLLARD I am not a geek and wouldn’t know code if it bit me… but I’ve set up multiple websites. Here is a simple step-by-step list with links to the tools I use. But wait, … Continue reading Reposted: Simple Website Setup for Authors and Editors in 6 Steps
Check out this great article from Belinda Pollard, readers: 5 Types of Editing for Authors I often get asked about the different forms of editing, so here’s a summary. First, let’s dispel a myth… Editing is not spellchecking. Some phases of editing might include a spellcheck, but professional editing is much bigger than that — a whole … Continue reading Reposted: 5 Types of Editing for Authors
So you have written a short story – a story between 2,000 and 17,500 words. You have polished it, checked to make sure the characters are in their proper places, that the setting is right, and are otherwise certain this is the story you want to tell. Now you and your tale are ready and … Continue reading The Query Letter, Part 1: How to Write a Query for a Short Story
Check out Meg Dowell's piece to learn more, readers: I'm an Editor. Here are 10 Things I Really Need Writers Know Know. 1. Editors are not spell-checkers. Many editors proofread copy, but really don’t appreciate it when you’ve very obviously submitted your first draft. 2. Editors don’t always have time to give you detailed feedback. … Continue reading Reposted: I’m an Editor. Here are 10 Things I Really Need Writers Know.