Writing Advice

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 15, 2017

Four Rules for Beginning Writers by Diana Flegal

Once a year, I like to reiterate a few simple rules I expect potential clients to follow. It is important to read what you write. When […]
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 […]
February 28, 2017

Your Cup of Tea — by Andy Scheer

Article reprints can hit the spot. After posting a blog last year, I thought it could fit as a seasonal article for a small magazine. Knowing […]