In this installment of the series, I'll be talking about first lines and how important they are to starting the writing process.
I may be a pantser, but I still have a process. This first part in the series focuses on my starting point: inspiration.
I've gotten back into the swing of submitting recently, and my experiences now have felt a little different than back when I tried for a year of 100 rejections. So I decided to look at the numbers to see - are things different?
Because I can't just have one...
Last month I attended my first SCBWI conference in Springfield, MA. It was an amazing experience. I attended workshops facilitated by well-known writers, listened to inspiring keynote speakers, and also had a chance to meet with an agent to critique my query letter and an editor to critique my manuscript. I was most nervous about … Continue reading what I’ve been up to