Happy Thursday! Today’s post by Loretta C. Rogers provides us with much needed information about filing taxes as an unpublished author. While Loretta encourages everyone to talk to their own tax professional, this Thursday Tidbit blog has a lot of very valuable and timely information. Enjoy!
Once again, Loretta C. Rogers provides us with the latest in a series of “Tidbit Thursday” blogs. Today’s “tidbit”, focuses on the essentials of writing romance without “wandering into the weeds”. Don’t know if you are a ‘wanderer’? Then it’s critical that you read this latest informative blog. Enjoy!
Here is the latest in a series of “Tidbit Thursday” blogs written by Loretta C. Rogers. In today’s tidbit, Loretta addresses another writer’s problem, the importance of pacing. Loretta shares ideas and ways to overcome this potential dilema. Enjoy!
One again, Loretta Rogers provides us with a blog for “Tidbit Thursday” and addresses the old problem of writer’s block. Loretta also shares ideas and ways to overcome this common phenomena. Enjoy!
On this latest Tidbit Thursday blog, Loretta C. Rogers provides insight into the various types of plot definitions, and examples of novels that match those definitions. The examples provide a level of clarity for us to better understand the types of books one might read to gain a better understanding of creating a plot line for a particular story. Every writer struggling to develop a coherent and cohesive plot for their latest novel will find this blog insightful.
Jennifer Taylor turns this months “Boogie Writes” over to Loretta Rogers. Last month, Jennifer asked readers to share any experiences they’ve had with dark moments in their writing career. Loretta Rogers has kindly agreed to share her own experiences in surviving a dark moment.
Be careful of ending your chapters with a “cliffhanger”. Romance reader’s want that happily-ever-after ending (HEA), and an abrupt ending without closure may prevent the reader from the realizing the bliss of the HEA.
Choosing the right words to describe the setting, set the mood, or define the characters is crucial. Make every word count. Your writing will be stronger if you do.