September 25, 2017

When the Dust Settles by Linda S. Glaz

THAT moment has arrived and you’re over the moon happy. You’ve signed a contract with a publisher, but now the real work begins. You’ve been assigned […]
June 5, 2017

Oh, Woe! By Linda S. Glaz

Yes, it’s no longer 2007. In 2015 one serious source said Christian fiction sales plunged while nonfiction soared. Another even more reliable source posted no panic […]
April 5, 2017

A First Draft is a First Draft, After All by Diana Flegal

Every story has its beginning, and it’s often a sloppy one. I am a fan of the “literary” writing style. Distinctions of this style might be […]
March 7, 2017

Too Much Detail — by Andy Scheer

Readers don’t always need specific descriptions. In my most recent fiction critique, I told the author he sometimes provided descriptions that were too detailed. What was […]