Finding mistakes after you’ve been published

Finding mistakes after you’ve been published

    We all make mistakes, right? This is just fact, especially for writers because if everyone wrote perfectly, why would there be editors?   Well, just to be clear, editors aren’t there to clean up your sloppy copy. A basic grasp of grammar is essential for the...
Writing Tight: 3 Ways to Easily Improve your Writing

Writing Tight: 3 Ways to Easily Improve your Writing

    One of the fastest ways to improve your writing, especially in the blogosphere, is by learning to write tight. Writing tight as I like to say, isn’t just a matter of removing those ifs, and’s, but’s, and so’s, it’s about finding the shortest way from...
A Brew-tifull Etiquette Guide to Writing in Coffee Shops

A Brew-tifull Etiquette Guide to Writing in Coffee Shops

  It’s so common it’s practically a cliché. Are you a writer? Then there’s a good chance you’re currently on your laptop in some sort of coffee dispensary.       As a long time, barista, I have spent my fair share of time both in front and behind the bar.   I’m also...
Adventures of a Quest Keeper: Chapter One

Adventures of a Quest Keeper: Chapter One

  Chapter 1: In Which We Learn About the Noble Art of Quest Keeping   My father recently completed his 250th quest. A rather distinguished record in our noble profession! Me, I’m fairly new to the family business. I started training when I was 12, when my father...
A Book Proposal in the Making

A Book Proposal in the Making

  Freelancers have a ton of options. You can ghostwrite, you can contribute to magazines and websites, you can start your own blog/business, you can work as a copywriter, write reviews, focus on your own works of fiction and write non-fiction books.   So far I have...