Yes. Good. Any writerly advice is so helpful!
This is the year, folks. The year that I tell you all about my process and how I write these chunks of paper that have those characters in it who do things and say stuff. Whether you’re an aspiring writer yourself, or you enjoy hearing about how authors write, or perhaps you mistakenly stumbled onto this site looking for a mortgage loan officer – whoever you are, welcome, and I hope this series of tips is interesting, helpful, and/or a nice distraction from your real estate problems.
This week I’d like to talk about something that helped me out immensely during revisions of Hellhole. The timeline of this book is tight–all of the action takes place in the span of only a few days, and it was important for the events to occur in the right order and at the right pace. There were certain things that couldn’t happen…
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