Author Advice, Author Support, Editing Assistance, Manuscript

Once you’ve got that first draft finished, it’s on to the editing – and that’s where the fun begins…But what’s the process and where do you start? I hope this explanation helps #writingcommunity

There's horrible truth in being an author, one which many won't believe when they're starting out: writing the book is the easy part! Once you've got that first draft finished, it's on to the editing – and that's where the fun begins... But what's the process and where do you start? I hope this explanation… Continue reading Once you’ve got that first draft finished, it’s on to the editing – and that’s where the fun begins…But what’s the process and where do you start? I hope this explanation helps #writingcommunity

Author Support, Editing Assistance, Query Letter, Special Offer, Submission Package, Synopsis

The dreaded SYNOPSIS…

Nailing the dreaded Synopsis is something that most authors HATE! Waiting for replies from submissions, or getting rejections, is hard going, but it's not always about the actual chapters... Your submission needs to grab their attention immediately. If it doesn't the recipient might not even open the chapters I'll help you perfect your Synopsis, edit… Continue reading The dreaded SYNOPSIS…

Author Advice, Author Support, Cheat Sheet, Editing Assistance, Grammar Assistant

Authors… Do you get confused with certain words? Not sure whether it’s an effect or affect? Read on… This post is all about commonly misspelled words, confused definitions, and homophones. I hope it helps!

Happy hump day! Today I'm talking about some of the most common mishaps I find in the majority of manuscripts I am sent. With every manuscript I open, I carry out some basic housekeeping before I start the actual editing. This includes checking for some of the most commonly misspelled words and I have a… Continue reading Authors… Do you get confused with certain words? Not sure whether it’s an effect or affect? Read on… This post is all about commonly misspelled words, confused definitions, and homophones. I hope it helps!