Tag: writing process

Behind "The Process": Writerly Wisdom from an Amazing Author–Jennifer Soucy!

Hey folks, I did my first podcast interview of the quarantine era. We had to do it all remotely–producer in the studio, me at home, the guest at home, all connecting on a streaming app. Not the ideal way to connect, but, given our… Continue Reading “Behind "The Process": Writerly Wisdom from an Amazing Author–Jennifer Soucy!”

Behind “The Process”: Intro to Social Media and Platform Building for Writers

If you want to put a book into the world, people need to know you and your book exist. Before you publish, spend time building your platform and engaging with your prospective audience.

Behind “The Process”: Gonna Schedule Like a…(What Rhymes with Schedule?)

Welcome to Behind “The Process”, a series of blog posts for new and experienced writers. By “The Process”, I mean the writing process. This blog is partly devoted to sharing tips and tools for writers. It’s also advice from someone who insists on learning… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Gonna Schedule Like a…(What Rhymes with Schedule?)”

Behind “The Process”: Dealing with Interruptions

Writing is a lot of fun. But, for many, it requires a little warming up, though that’s not what this post is about. (I’ve previously written about that, if you’re interested.) The most frustrating thing that can happen while writing, for me, anyway, is… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Dealing with Interruptions”

Behind “The Process”: Vary Your Sentences (blah-blah-blah…)

Vary your sentences. Writing teachers say it a lot, but without some explanation, the advice can fall flat, so… What do they mean, “Vary your sentences”? Well, there are lots of different ways to construct sentences, right? Whether or not you have a love… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Vary Your Sentences (blah-blah-blah…)”