Ghostwriting Services: Clever White-Label Options To Explore Today

Are you considering offering ghostwriting services? Perhaps you already offer them, but haven’t explored clever options for making the most of your time and writing services. There’s a huge world of white-label ghostwriting for you to explore. Some writers fight shy of ghostwriting services, because it is white-label writing. That is, you do the work and your client uses your … Read more

Fiction Writing: 3 Savvy Tips To Boost Your Dialogue Skills

In fiction writing, dialogue is more than conversation, so make your dialogue work for you. Unlike real-life conversation, dialogue builds your plot and characters. It’s heavy with subtext and packed with conflict. Have you noticed that commercial fiction is dialogue-heavy? Readers expect scenes (showing) rather than narrative (telling.) This means there’s lots of dialogue and every word of dialogue is … Read more

Marketing Strategies For Freelance Writers: 2 Ways To Get Clients

Looking for marketing strategies for your freelance writing business—strategies you might enjoy? Start by thinking about what you love about your writing business. Perhaps you enjoy being your own boss. Maybe you enjoy working from home and spending time with your kids. I enjoy the writing itself; it’s both fun and challenging. What you love about your business helps you … Read more

Book Editing Services No Longer Available: Apologies

Just a quick note… Please be advised that I no longer offer book editing services. If you’ve booked editing, or are on my book-editing waiting list, I’ve sent out notifications. I sincerely apologize, and I wish you much success with your book. (If you can’t find the notification, please check your Junk folder…) Why have book editing services been removed? … Read more

Writing Fiction Tip: Make Everything Worse For Your Hero

When you’re writing fiction, think worse. Make things so tough readers are convinced your main characters have no hope of overcoming their challenges. When they start a new novel, many authors begin with developing the protagonist; the hero/ main character. A great hero’s essential, right? Yes, he is. However, every hero needs something to fight: an antagonist—a dangerous enemy threatening … Read more