MY BOOKSHELF

Well, hello! I figure you are here because you are looking for some insight. To me, this resource page is much like an index.

EDITING FOR WRITERS

Hiring an editor, while an eventual necessity, can be pricey. If you learn your grammar, mechanics, and spelling – and develop an observant eye, you can work as your own initial editor. But make no mistake. There is no substitute for a professional editor at some point in the game.

Here are some articles to get you started.

End Marks & Commas & Spelling, Oh, My!

Long – Short – Variety

WRITING PRACTICE & PROMPTS

Using Prompts

MOTIVATION TO TAKE YOU FROM SAYING YOU ARE WRITER TO BEING A WRITER

I Am a Writer

PUBLIC SPEAKING TIPS

Although you may not want to make a speech to the public, if you are a writer, you may eventually be asked to talk about your book or your writing process to other writers, or you may be asked to read a portion of your book to an audience.

Here are some public speaking tips to get you started.

You Know

Fixin & Yonder & Ya’all, Oh, My!

 

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