NCWC 2021 is virtual—and with virtual learning, recorded sessions, stress-free networking, and more, you’ll love it!
Last year, I had the privilege of working on an amazing, award-winning anthology. I got to be involved in the project from start to finish, so join me as I take you on a journey of the publication of a book.
A NaNoWriMo pep talk to combat Impostor Syndrome.
Your words matter. You’re not an impostor, because you’re the only one who can write the words in your head.
My first experience at GEOCON was a delight. I heartily recommend the conference, particularly to those who haven’t attended a writing convention before. GEOCON was small but educational. And above all, it was friendly!
Formatting dialogue can be difficult. Understanding commas and dialogue tags will help you put your commas in the right place.
Lady Knight Editing is a year old! Join me in an exploration of my logo and mission to celebrate a year of being your editing knight.
Though the terms are often used interchangeably, copyediting and proofreading are technically quite different. Join me on a mini etymological journey to clarify the difference and illustrate when you need each type of editing. And let me know if you spot any typos!
With a great deal of last-minute writing, I managed to win 2018’s National Novel Writing Month by writing over 50,000 words in November! Along the way, I learned (and relearned) some valuable lessons.
My goals for National Novel Writing Month
Pardon the title; I couldn’t help myself. Today I want to talk about point of view, or POV. The POV is the perspective from which your story is being told. Unless you’re writing your autobiography, your POV is not your own voice. It’s generally the voice of one of your …