This post will go live 30 minutes before the workshop begins. This session will start at 12PM EST. At that time, you may need to refresh the page and click the play button. Resources mentioned in the workshop: Scene by Scene Form More Detail on Scene and Sequel More on Deep POV More on Pyramid of […]
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Hello WriteOnCon 2018! I’m so happy to be a guest blogger today! As some of you might know, at the first 2010 WriteOnCon, I was unagented and participated in the forums, looking for that perfect match. I signed with my first agent in February 2011, and participated in subsequent forums to give and get critique. […]
I remember when I first heard the word “revise.” As a purist, I felt my original manuscript was most accurate. I ended up deciding to try this revising thing anyway. As a matter of fact, I remember looking at all my stories at one point, and picking the one I felt had the best chance […]
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Hey guys, Cassandra here! I’m so glad WriteOnCon is back and bigger and better than ever! For this panel you’ll get the perspective and advice from not just one, but a whole gaggle of freelance editors! We’ll answer the obvious questions, the not so obvious, and the interesting! Let’s jump in, shall we? Question 1: […]
If you’ve been querying for awhile, or even if you haven’t, you may have heard the term ‘R&R’ tossed around. Unfortunately, it doesn’t mean “rest and relaxation,” at least not where writing is concerned. An R&R in publishing contexts means a “revise and submit.” But what does that even mean? And is it a death […]