Scienda Editorial congratulates Linda Yezak on the release of The Cat Lady’s Secret from Harbourlight Books. Emily Taylor loves to help people, loves to ease their burdens and make their dreams come true. […]
Scienda Editorial congratulates P.A. Baines on the release of the second novel in his Alpha series. Alpha Revelation is available from Splashdown Books and at all online retailers. The forefathers built a new home […]
Scienda Editorial congratulates Stephanie Landsem on the release of her historical novel, The Thief, from Howard-Simon & Schuster. A global traveller since her teens, Stephanie loves adventure in far-off places. She brings her […]
It seems that Gmail’s “intuitive filters” had arbitrarily decided, at some point around three months ago, that emails from my two websites (one of which is this one) were stuff that it just wasn’t going to show me anymore. So, instead of letting them into my inbox, it filtered and deleted. And I missed out on connecting with you.
Each character is a smaller story of varying length. Each rules their own little self-appointed kingdom.
But how long is each lesser character’s story? How does it intersect with the main character’s story for best effect? What do we even mean by “best effect”?
…then you might not be a one-book writer. Kristine Rusch’s post on the difference between career writers and those without a bigger plan made me say, “Yes! This, this, this!” (For interest’s […]
Scienda Editorial congratulates KM Weiland on the release of her writer’s help book Structuring Your Novel. Using familiar story examples, KM explains the journey from opening lines to “The End.” The process […]