I’m happy to be sharing my Fey sister Colleen Chesebro’s Cover Reveal for her fabulous upcoming book – Word Craft – Prose and Poetry, how to write syllabic poetry.
Colleen is serving gluten-free and calorie-free cake for her reveal, so enjoy the cake and check out the beautiful cover.
Help Me Celebrate!
Grab a piece of cake!
While I’m waiting to hear from my editors, I thought it was time to share the cover of my newest book creation, “Word Craft ~ Prose & Poetry. This book will discuss the basics of how to write the Japanese and American Syllabic poetry forms we use in my weekly Tanka Tuesday challenge. . . .
Please hop over to Colleen’s party
Source: Cover Reveal: Word Craft ~ Prose & Poetry | Word Craft ~ Prose & Poetry
One never knows what they may find when opening up newsletters they subscribe to for blogs we enjoy reading and inter-acting with. A few days ago, I opened author, editor, and writing coach – Kate Johnston’s newsletter and was pleasantly surprised by a shout-out she gave to me. Wow, was I elated to read it! She picked little old me to give a shout-out to.
I’ve shared a few articles of Kate’s here on my blog through the years, and highly recommend visiting Kate’s blog because she offers a wealth of information for writers, including her Facebook group where she gives free instructionals. So I’m happy to pay it forward and share Kate’s blog today. Below you will find a copy of her latest newsletter.
Hey there, Writer!
I am wrapping up the final touches on my mini-course Create Your Killer Writing Routine, and after today the price is going up. Remember–you get lifetime access to this material so even if you aren’t ready to dive in now I highly recommend grabbing this deal to take advantage of the lower price. 🙂
GET THE COURSE HERE
ON MY FICTION
Who likes writing query letters? Who likes writing synopses? I’m diving into both of these for my YA contemporary fantasy, and let’s just say they aren’t my thang. I have no problem helping other writers with their queries and synopses, but I don’t enjoy dealing with my own. I’d say the most difficult part is to write about the main conflict and the hero’s story goal without going into the extra stuff that support these elements in the book. Lit agents don’t want the “extras” in the query or synopsis, so I end up with loose threads in these documents which make it look like the book has loose threads too. Ugh.
If you’re writing a query and/or synopsis, shoot me an email. Perhaps we could beta read for each other if it’s the right fit!
If you’re looking for a heart-centered author blog and a talented non-fiction writer, you will enjoy visiting DG Kaye.
Debby is a memoirist who writes about life, matters of the heart, and women’s issues. “My intent is to inspire others by sharing my stories about events I encountered, and the lessons that come along with them.” DG Kaye
I find her blog posts inspirational and informational. She is a warm and generous person, and a wonderfully talented writer. Go check her out.
ON THE COACHING
Today we are doing a live critique over at my writing group. This is a great opportunity to see a critique in action, a chance for you to see what kinds of things agents and editors look for when you submit your work, and a chance to learn how to edit your own work. If you aren’t a member of the group, you should be! Come join us HERE.
Have a writerly day!
Please do take a visit over to Kate’s blog – KateJohnstonauthor.com