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Sharing my process on drafting and fine-tuning blurbs for my novels! #amwriting #marketing #authortoolkit
My process on preparing my #WIP for my Editor. #AmEditing #PowerOfFourSeries #AmWritingFantasyRomance
The Trouble with "That" - Author D.A. Henneman investigates crutch words.
Rewriting with the Door Open! Ideas about #Prequels and what I learned when #Writing one.
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D.A. Henneman is Heading into the #WritingCave with her curent #WIP - Twist of Fate
Finishing a book is a huge deal, and this post in no way is meant to dissuade anyone from writing one. As a matter of fact, I believe everyone has a story to tell and should do so, if for no other reason to allow others to get to know a side of you that… Continue reading Countdown to Book Launch…My Timeline and Other Thoughts…
Recently, I finished the last of my edits and shipped the manuscript for book #3 off to my editor. What started as a few ideas scribbled in my notebook over a year ago, has turned into 95,880 words and a key piece of the Power of Four story. I thought that it might be interesting… Continue reading Preparing my #WIP for my Editor
Writing is an arduous journey, and it isn't over when your story is complete, unless you are writing in a diary without the intent of anyone ever seeing it. In which case, this article isn't for you. But if you are like me, and the hundreds of thousands of other authors out there, writing with… Continue reading Getting the most out of working with a Critique Partner
Loved this quote I came across in Goodreads and thought I would pass it along for those of us who struggle with sentence structure. Enjoy! “Not long ago, I advertised for perverse rules of grammar, along the lines of "Remember to never split an infinitive" and "The passive voice should never be used." The notion of… Continue reading Never-say-neverisms by William Safire