Loretta Rogers explains why every writer must identify a ‘specific’ genre for our novel. Knowing your genre helps make the connection between story and reader, and helps you to find the right audience who will love your book. If you can’t answer the question, ‘what are you writing?’, then today’s tidbit is for you!
Blogging is important to create public visibility and to maintain a landing page for your books. Flossie provides us with seven tips on how to make our blog posts stand out in a crowd.
On November 15th, award-winning author Linnea Sinclair will show us how to integrate our research with our writing, to make it feel real, immediate and exciting.
Writing a novel is easy, but writing a great novel is hard. In today’s Thursday Tidbits, Loretta C. Rogers provides a template that she employs when developing her own novels that really works.
Michael Ditchfield provides his thoughts and suggestions for eliminating writers block and reviving your muse.
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.
Jennifer’s day started like any other day, but ended up with her receiving a contract for her novel. What an amazing feeling! Be persistent with your own writing. Keep reworking and refining. Incorporate inspiration from our wonderful SSRA group. Your “first time” is coming!
Rhonda’s Kauffman describes here week with the Traveling Butt Glue Challenge.
Dylan married her high-school sweetheart and they are busy living out their own happily ever after in sunny Florida with their two incredible daughters and a snoring Shiz-Tsu.
Dylan can be found online at: DylanNewton.com
Did you know that February is Creative Romance Month? As romance authors, this is a big month for us! Here are some dates to make the most of the month for you and your writing: TODAY: Check and see how you’re doing on your passport goals. If you need a kick start, listen again to […]
For those of you who did not attend our January general meeting, not only did you miss a great program (which fortunately, you can view HERE, thanks to our SSRA president and presenter, Dylan Newton and SSRA Historian and video guru Rhonda Kauffman), you also missed our new SSRA Secretary, Jennifer Taylor, throwing down a […]