I’ve found building an organized if not overly cohesive series of articles, my “church series” of articles, required a little shifting around of articles. So that the order of them might have some logical sense. This is gathering momentum, now.
One of the things a writer must do is research where he is going to submit his work. If not going independent, but still going it alone (without an agent), the writer will ask himself, is there a suitable traditional book publisher for me? Some factors for a bad or good fit include:Continue reading “Researching the market”
I have found market guides helpful and discouraging, but before I dislocated my writing vocation, I decided to let it marinate and wait for an opportune time to revisit the B-All and End-All Market Guide where one’s dreams are just a few steps away.Continue reading “Market guides: helpful or discouraging?”
Writing screenplays one has to pay attention to how one names scenes or titles scenes.Continue reading “Add the hyphen!”
A reader doesn’t know what’s in the heart of the author, but can only tell by what’s put on paper or delivered to the screen. That’s why it’s essential to make sure written communication is transparent and says what it is supposed to. A slight omission here and there may produce the wrong meaning, although the writer has good intentions. Looking back, I know I have done this sometimes, but since I’m more aware of it, I am aiming to make sure my work always says what it’s supposed to.