Have any of you thought about what writing poetry for children vs. for adults looks like? Here are a few things I advise for the former.
Did you know a lot of grammar rules are actually rather arbitrary? Here are six of those “rules” this particular copy editor wants you to rethink.
A common piece of advice writers get is to ditch the adverbs in their projects. But is that right?
Gonna get real with you here today: imposter syndrome is hitting hard.
A lot of poets out there may ask themselves, “How can I engage my readers?” There are plenty of ways to go about this, but there are three I always advocate for.
What’s the rule of thumb when it comes to using “that” or “which”?
What exactly are some of the differences between three of the youngest kidlit categories?
It’s common for writers to wonder if they should hire a professional editor for each stage of editing. So… should you?
Depending on the editor you ask, where said editor works, and how they edit, you might get slightly different answers around the types of editing. To make things simple, I’m going to look at the four types you’re likely to come across in your editing journey.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I’m big on making sure you take care of yourself while you write and edit and work. If you need a break, take it; if you need resources, use them; etc. So I’m coming at you today with yet another important element of the writing, editing, and freelancing journeys: Celebrate your accomplishments.