By Michael Voss and Jennifer Rock Nearly three years ago, we left our perfectly comfortable jobs in one of Minneapolis’s largest companies to take the ultimate leap: finishing our debut novel.
“Discoverability” is the hottest topic at any trade show or writers’ conference and gets dedicated at least a dozen blog posts a day on the internet; but it seems that no one has cracked it, really.
“Whether or not you get a single word on paper, the sun will rise, the earth will spin, the universe will expand.
Proofreading and editing may sound easy, but it is a serious task that requires expertise and focus.
There is something so wonderful and so magical about taking a blank sheet of paper, putting some words on it, and getting a story. The act of writing these words allows the reader to conjure up images of people, places, and even purpose. Why this person did what they did.
Today’s post is a guest post from Matthew Turner, author of Beyond Parallel. Let me guess: you wake up each morning and open your email.
Today’s guest post is from Karen Ingalls, indie author of Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir and upcoming historical fiction series.