It has been a long time since I taught my online writing group Avoid Writer’s Hell. So much has happened in my life over the past eight years and there have been so many changes in my family that I just couldn’t keep up with everything. I’ve been dancing like a water drop on a hot skillet.
I’m not trying to get back on the horse with my nonfiction work. I hope to help others as well as getting the news about AWH out to the public.
For those of you just now hearing about Avoid Writer’s Hell, I invite you to investigate the book. It’s in e-book and print, and available in either the R-rated version for those who write erotic romance, and a PG-13 version for those who don’t. This book is written in Laymen’s terms with a healthy dose of humor. Also, the PG version is wonderful for students. The links are at the bottom of this post.
There are numerous things that trip up a writer, but here are a few topics you might have about.
- Show versus tell
- Sentence structure
- Character development
- How to revise and refine
- Dangling modifiers
- Independent body parts
- How to approach agents and/or editor
Or do you simply want to discuss something that’s bothering you as a writer? Maybe you need some encouragement or inspiration? Perhaps you want suggestions for helpful writing sites, reference books or even need to know how to pack and mail a large manuscript. This is the place to ask!
Also, be sure to like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AvoidWritersHell
Let’s work on avoiding Writer’s Hell together. My plan is to post at least two blogs a month, but since I’m also an author and I have a daytime editing job, those blogs will depend on how I’m able to juggle my time.
Welcome back to old friends, and come on in and join us if you’re new!
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