Andy Scheer

August 2, 2016

Maybe I Can Learn Something

How do you view others’ work? by Andy Scheer During a performance by the Kris Tokarski Trio the opening day of the Evergreen Jazz Festival, who […]
June 28, 2016

Does Your Novel Have a Hook? by Andy Scheer

Don’t detour readers from your story. The first sentence told me the novelist was in trouble. The rest of the paragraph confirmed that. And the second […]
June 7, 2016

Birds or Binoculars? by Andy Scheer

Don’t waste a sentence’s key part. Today as I edited a manuscript for busy moms, I thought of birds and binoculars: Specifically, I thought of an […]
April 26, 2016

Finding Your Niche by Andy Scheer

Are you still wondering what you should write? I know a few writers who inherited their writing specialty. This past weekend, I attended an event featuring […]