Category Archive for: ‘How to Revise Your Novel’

Sorting Out Subplots

Imelda Marcos had shoes. The USS Enterprise had tribbles. Cruella Deville had dalmatians. Writers have subplots. But can a writer …

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Reflections on Revision Progress

  Revising a novel can be a stormy voyage. From the breathless anticipation of setting a course and creating a …

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HTRYN: How Do You Know If You’re Doing It Right?

If you’ve never done something, then sometimes it can be difficult to know if you’re doing it right. Revising a …

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The Long and Short of Scenes

Since scenes are considered the fundamental building block of a well constructed story, creating scenes that support the narrative and …

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What Happens When Your Muse Just Doesn’t Want to Do It?

What happens when your Muse just decides to quit on you? Or what about when your Muse just doesn’t want …

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Writing, Interrupted

You know what they say: Life Happens. And it happens to writers too. Family matters explode. Work saps their energy. …

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German Get Together

As many of you might have noticed, Felicia visited Northern Germany to get together with HTTS people and to learn …

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Marketing with Audio and YouTube

Catching the attention of your prospective readers. That is the purpose of any kind of author marketing. But what is …

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Marketing Your Own Publication

Writers write. That’s why we are called writers. We are not called publishers. When we are self-publishing maybe we should …

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Line upon line

Revising a manuscript can be a long and grueling process. More so when you’re learning for the first time how …

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