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Unraveling the Mystery of GMCs — Online Class

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about the private classes I offer online, so… Unraveling the Mystery of GMCs Do you struggle to determine your characters’ goals, motivations, and conflicts? Do you know the difference between internal and external … Continue reading

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Unraveling the Mystery of GMCs

Do you struggle to determine your characters’ goals, motivations, and conflicts? Do you know the difference between internal and external GMCs? I can help unravel the mystery of goals, motivations, and conflicts. GMCs are the core of every memorable novel … Continue reading

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Editor’s First Aid Will Help You Write Better

Have you heard about the online class I teach that helps writers write better? Deets below. PLUS, if you gather ten writers (or more) for the same session, we’ll do a group class, and all participants will save 10%. Classes start … Continue reading

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Selecting an Editor: It Takes Two to Tango

Whether or not we work together is my choice as much as it is yours. If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’m a freelance editor. My focus in on substantive edits and manuscript evaluation reports for romance (romantic … Continue reading

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Ya Wanna Date?

I’ve been a freelance editor for over twelve years, but when I first started out, my clients were all local. Plus, I wore a few hats, so I wasn’t just editing manuscripts, I was also proofreading term papers, assisting with … Continue reading

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Are You Hooked? – Part 3

A few weeks ago, I asked my readers to send me their first line to see if I think it would hook readers or not. If an author sent more than one sample, I may not have used the additional … Continue reading

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Are You Hooked? – Part 2

A few weeks ago, I asked my readers to send me their first line to see if I think it would hook readers or not. I received quite a few samples, so I’ll split this into three posts. This is … Continue reading

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Are You Hooked? – Part 1

A few weeks ago, I asked my readers to send me their first line to see if I think it would hook readers or not. I received quite a few samples, so I’ll split this into three posts. I’m no … Continue reading

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An Editor’s Answers Part 3

The past couple of weeks, I posted answers to questions I may use for my FAQ section on my editorial blog. This is the last post in the series. Here we go. -What if you edit my work, and after … Continue reading

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An Editor’s Answers Part 2

Last week, I posted answers to questions I may use for my FAQ section on my editorial blog. The next two posts will also be dedicated to the answers of those questions. Here we go. -Are your classes taught online? … Continue reading

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